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Travel Blogs from Caernarfon
A beautiful old city/town surrounded by a wall - now disappeared in parts but still visible with a motte-and-bailey Castle looming in the background which was built in the late 11thC as a fortress. There's a long history of the castle being under strife from England and today it's quite dilapidated and has been in a state of disrepair since 1485. …
... of all the moisture in my lungs.
I went to the grocery store right away to get my prescription. It was funny
because I picked it up and lingered a bit, unsure if I was suppose to pay for
it or not.
The next day I suffered through classes in sort of a fog,
just everything hurt and I was even sicker. Arthurian class was suppose to be
the last one for the semester but our professor asked if we wanted to extend
... journal we were FREE! We both later went to Jacob’s for cheesecake and to study a bit.
Also mini rant, had a 2 am fire drill this week. The dorm has one every semester, some horrible drill at night and there is always that one person who fails to get out of the building in a timely matter. Supposedly going to have another fire drill this year because of it. I feel this is somehow illegal, at least morally wrong. Need my sleep!
Class for the next day ...
... classes, you know. Had Post-Medieval Arthur, this week discussing the Misfortunes of Elphin. Enjoyed the book but don’t plan on writing about it, especially since a lot of historical/cultural stuff I just did not understand and there is not much research done on it. We had a different teacher this week and she was so nice and kept offering to help us if we were interested in working on this book/time period. Next week we are discussing Tennyson and going ...
... told me, “I know that the UK has one of the best health care systems and is free, but doesn’t mean you should abuse it.” I don’t think I have ever been so offended, it felt like a slap in the face. She then didn’t even believe I had asthma and wanted me to do this breath test for two weeks to “re-diagnosis” me before giving me any medication. I just ended up leaving without the prescription or anything. I’ve dealt ...