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So I've been writing this update for about a month now, I've finally gotten around to posting it. I thought I'd give an update talking about what it is like to be an Australian in England. I am lucky enough to have amazing friends, though they do like to tease me. They like to call me a convict, thought they claim its all just 'banter'.
I've had some trouble with slang and variations in Australian and British English. Some which I expected to be an ...
... It is a surreal feeling because I feel like I've been here forever, but it still seems like not a very long time. I do really like it here. The meals are generally quite good, though there is the odd bad day. I've only cooked for myself a couple of times. I do miss cooking, but since I'm paying for the cafeteria meal regardless I don't want to waste it. I've mastered the bus route and how to get around town and to and from Cottingham Village. I've also managed ...
... may as well make the most of it. I've been to the Welcome Party, Back to School Party, Block Parties, Beach Party and a UV Party. It's been good fun and I've met a lot of really cool people.
I met all my block mates last Saturday, I helped a lot of them carry their stuff up the stairs. They are a great bunch of people. A lot are from Yorkshire, but some come from all ...
... to orientations and information sessions. There have also been activities run by the International Students Association like a meet and greet, karaoke and a party last night. I have meet a lot of people from other countries like America, Germany, France, Brazil, China, Italy and even countries like Romania, Luxembourg and Egypt.
I've mastered the bus system all ready. The Lawns is a 15 min bus ride from campus and a 30-40 min ride ...
... the new information, but luckily good ol’ Facebook did.
Out of Arthur’s five grandchildren, I only had one name that was certain. (3 girls – probably married by now and 2 boys – only one I knew the surname of).
I jumped on Facebook, found 3 connected names, husband, wife and daughter that all matched the names in the death notices and voila – a connection.
I emailed all three “just in ...