Holiday Inn Express Hull City Centre
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... all my lecture rooms. This was a bit of a struggle, particularly on the first day when I had a tutorial in the Cohen building. For those from UOW, it's almost as bad as Building 19.
I've been getting on really well with my housemates. They are such a fun bunch of people. Because they're are so many of them, there is always somebody up to hang out, so I'm never lonely. There aren't many Aussies around, so when I do get things from home it is ...
The past week has been intense. Known as Freshers Week, it is the equivalent of 0 Week in Australia or Frosh Week in North America. It is the week before classes start where welcome fairs and orientations are held. It is also known for its over enthusiastic party scene. Usually I would not be going out as much as I have this week, but I figured that I'm only going to be here once, ...
... city centre. I went on a shopping trip to get all the essential items and we had a fun time trying to carry everything home on the bus.
There are two weeks worth of welcome events coming up. I suppose I should go to my classes too.... :) I'm taking 'Spanish', 'The Modern Hispanic World' and 'Colonisers, Convicts and Consumers'. I am excited to start classes again as it has been over 3 months since I finished Autumn semester back home. ...
... child to the anxious father in Australia.
Ellen died soon after returning to Australia.
My research over the last couple of years has led me to find Arthur with Ellen's mother Mary and Ellen’s siblings in the 1911 Census. I had also accessed his birth and death certificate, but had no idea what happened to him between 1911 and 1982, other than he had at least one daughter recorded as the informant on his death ...
... 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 ...