Travel Blogs from Oxford
... super fun because we haven't talked in a few days, so it was great to catch up, even though creepy people were walking by and peeking at him talking to himself in his car. :)
Emma got her exam results today and she scored a 1.1, which is the highest possible score, so everyone decided to go out and celebrate with her. I had to eat dinner first, so I ran to the dining hall and ended up eating with Greg Page, the new ...
Today was a lot better then yesterday.We went swimming in the hotels pool. It was good because the water wasn't freezing cold but not hot. It was a good way to escape the heat of Dubai. We also went to the Mall of the Emirates. In the mall there's a snow field but we ...
Arrived in London ready for lunch. Funny how holidays revolves around meals.
Very different city from New York. I guess you could say that NYC is younger and brash while London just seem more settled, less hectic and I guess mature. I am again amazed by the architecture.
We were quickly reacquainted with the London Underground Trains. It is the only way to travel.
I am actually blogging this on Saturday 28th. So Last night, we went to ...
... they issue affordable housing bonds, and on-lend to the sector), and use their convening power skilfully to attract global leaders in the sector to gatherings there.
Our challenge is to bring these learnings to Australia, to help create the culture and environment for social enterprise.
In typical conference style, there were a number of good quotes:
- "Business can be a force for good."
- "Ambition crawls, as well as ...
It's the final countdown I leave Oxford on the 12th. Thus short of one month left in Oxford. The current planning is one week of intense work, one week of pleasure and party while hosting people from the NL, one week of intense work and closure.
So my to do lists is very big.
Besides all kinds of practical matters that bug ...