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... to mix in. It is quite amazing the lengths that a Maple Syrup deprived society must go to in order to enjoy pancakes.
Over this weekend, Craig, Katy, Jack and I also had a fun day trip into Newcastle. After a light bit of shopping we had dinner at Lau 202's, a delicious Chinese buffet in Newcastle with the largest selection of deserts I have ever seen at a Chinese buffet (including a soft serve ice cream machine with a variety of mix-ins). In the ...
“The monsters are gone."
"I killed the monsters. That's what fathers do" - Fiona Wallace
As a student, especially an international student, I live in many worlds simultaneously. There is the student world (known alternatively as the Durham bubble) and my world back home. This week, here in the North of England, my two worlds came face to face as my dad visited Durham.
Having spent the weekend together in London, I ...
Thanks to the suggestion of our good friend, Peter Chadwick, John and I had a fabulous day viewing a once in a lifetime event - the coming together of the last remaining 6 fastest steam locomotives of their time.
If you've never heard of an A-4 steam engine, here is the story: Seventy five years ago, the Mallard, a streamlined A-4 locomotive, became the fastest steam engine in the world, being able to achieve speeds ...
... behind closed doors in the secret meeting rooms of Hatfield College. It felt a lot like being in an episode of Game of Thrones.
All in all the simulation was an educational and enjoyable experience, if also profoundly exhausting. I think what I learned most from it is that diplomacy rarely happens where it is supposed to. By the time the diplomats arrive at the televised meetings at the big summits the outcome is a forgone conclusion, negotiated behind closed doors by the ...
... are also tons of activities like a concert, wine tasting session, mixology class, photo booth, fortune telling and sports on the TV. This year they were showing the 6 Nations Rugby tournament (much to my chagrin, as I wanted to watch the Switzerland vs. Canada Olympic women's hockey game). My apologies to any Rugby fans out there but I just don't get the appeal.
This week has been a whirlwind of classes, essay writing, social activities and dealing with ...
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