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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. ...
... to orientations and information sessions. There have also been activities run by the International Students Association like a meet and greet, karaoke and a party last night. I have meet a lot of people from other countries like America, Germany, France, Brazil, China, Italy and even countries like Romania, Luxembourg and Egypt.
I've mastered the bus system all ready. The Lawns is a 15 min bus ride from campus and a 30-40 min ride ...
My main aim of the trip was to find any living descendants of my grand uncle Arthur who was left behind in Hull as a baby when my Grandfather was a toddler.
My Grandfather Ernest was born in Australia in 1903 but when he was he was 15 months old, he fell out of his high chair and became paralysed.
His parents decided to sacrifice their savings and get specialised advice in England. His father Abraham stayed on the farm working while ...
... 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 ...