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... the 1500s! I made lifelong friends that spanned 5 continents. Leaving Cambridge yesterday was certainly difficult - I'd had way too much fun! I'll upload a few pictures from Cambridge and if anyone has specific questions about my program, leave them in the comments & I'll answer in a future blog.
After my parents picked me up in Cambridge and I showed them around the town, we drove straight ...
Well overdue for an update and have been meaning to do so for some weeks now. But somehow never seemed to make the time.
No really good reason although at times have been very busy and the last thing I'd feel like doing at night is getting blog up-to-date. Of course, the longer I have left it the bigger the task!
This blog I was wanting to include photos more regularly and I know that's one reason why I sometimes haven't posted ...
... time by napping, listening to music, typing these entries up, and chatting. One strange event was my very first glimpse of a nuclear power plant out the train window! I didn't know at the time, but nuclear power from 16 plants generates 1/6 of the UK's power. It was absolutely bizarre as I couldn't quite believe what I was looking at, but the telltale shapes of the ginormous ...
... in Soho, department stores like Selfridges and Harvey Nichols are also good options.
London is the really the perfect tourist destination where you will experience a collage of various things. You may call it "the one in all" place which has extreme scenic beauty on one hand and spells latest technology on the other hand. London has something for everyone. Plan your trip to the land of the British royals make your very fond memories for ...
... had only shifted to Aldgate in the past week and was
still a construction site, so she could not take us around. The new academic
year was only a fortnight away. Patricia recommended we go up Brick Lane to
Spitalfields market, so we did that. Brick Lane is a very old street and it is
now wall to wall curry houses and other Indian ...