Campanile Hull - City Center
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... level than the class. But it seems to be a perfect fit so far. My Spanish teacher, Miguel, is very friendly and the class is pretty laid back and has a great atmosphere. I am taking a Spanish and Latin American culture class called 'The Modern Hispanic World'. So far it has been really interesting and I am especially looking forward to next semester when we focus on Latin America. My third class is called 'Colonisers, Convict and Consumers'. It is a ...
... country. They have all adopted me as the resident Aussie and accepted me as family.
Classes start on Monday and I am actually excited for them. I'm ready to settle down and get back into the routine. Once I get settled and know what my timetable and assessment schedule are like I'll be able to start thinking about taking weekend trips and where I want to go for my holidays. ...
... were taken straight to our accommodation at The Lawns. The Lawns houses just under 1000 students, most of which are moving in today. It was International Welcome Week this week, so it was only foreign students here. I am living in Lambert Hall, Block B. This has 6 floors, 27 rooms, 3 kitchens and 6 bathrooms. My block is the closest of all to the main building with the dining room, bar, laundry, reception, etc.
I've spent the ...
... provided evidence that the Doreen I’d found on the plaque was Arthur’s daughter. I then used her death notices to piece together even more of the family tree.
Staring at microfilm for any length of time is exhausting so I went back to my accommodation for a well-deserved rest and then jumped on the interwebs to see what else I could find.
Ancestry.com didn’t give up any clues for Arthur’s family even with ...
... as they were going on holidays later that week.
Their mirth soon made sense as we drove into the very rural are of Humbleton Parish with it’s tiny roads and villages of maybe 100 people.
We visited the villages of our ancestors including Humbleton parish church where many of my ancestors were baptised and some even buried.
We stopped for lunch at the Hare and Hounds in Burstwick before a final bit of touring on the way back to ...