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- Continental Breakfast
- Continental Breakfast
- Tennis Court
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- Drycleaning onsite
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✈️✈️ Homeward bound, long day today up at 6 then flight from Singapore to Dubai 7 hours and then Dubai to Heathrow nearly 7 hours!!! It wasn't as bad as we feared the airbus was pretty comfy. It was great to see Rob and Bernie waiting in arrivals with a sign with our name on That's it then - the end of a long but thoroughly enjoyable adventure!!! Now to start thinking about where to go ...
The last day in Sydney was a beautiful day, although humid due to a large storm over night. Teresa and I woke late, just in time to check out without a late charge.
We decided a fitting end to our trip was a visit to one of the first places we went to at the start - Bill's on Crown Street. Teresa had pancakes and I had courgette fritters with a deep fried egg, halloumi and pickles. It was more brunch than breakfast. Next to us a man was trying ...
... to sleep and stayed that way until noon. Good times. I can't remember the last time I slept until noon, but I needed it today.
Today was the Oxbridge Garden Party, the poshest event of the summer for the admin. I decided to put forth some effort and actually straighten and style my hair and get pretty, which took quite a while since my hair is not the most cooperative in the world. At 2:30 I met up with Natalie and Kate and we ...
... with whom I shared study abroad. After the presentations were over, many of us noted how odd it was to see the chaos of a semester packed neatly into PowerPoint presentations; how misleading it felt to go from one slide to the next, as if ISJ was a linear process we had control over, and not a complete overhaul of the way we knew to write, research, plan, and live.
Just 40 minutes before my presentation on Friday, I walked to Bab Alou (a door of ...
... family room" in our B&B was just a regular room with two fold-out beds on the floor, leaving us with no floor space whatever, and the girls chose that night to entirely unpack all their luggage on the non-floor space and fight about who owned what; the pubs all refused to give us dinner as Sarah was under 16 and the only place we could find to eat was a pancake bar on the bus station, which gave us sweet pancakes filled with baked beans; the canals, when we ...