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... Auckland. However, I also discovered that my shoes have no grip which has made navigating some parts which are icy really... interesting. There is a certain flight of stone stairs in the university which freezes over in the cold weather, making it almost impossible for me to walk down (or up!) without slipping over or doing the near-splits!
While the intro activities made for really long days (if you had a class in the morning, you would be at uni for about 10-11 hours), ...
... of people is very liberal - almost anything goes. It creates a very interesting dynamic between the two.
In saying that, some of the differences are really cool. At the university, they have Friday bars. As the name would suggest, it is basically where each faculty has a bar (in their cantine) and each Friday afternoon, students gather there to socialise after class and drink, as they sell the alcohol really cheap. Each ...
... leap onto the escalator in the hope that the momentum will get your luggage onto a step behind you so that you can avoid having to lift your (really heavy) suitcase.
I spent a week in Copenhagen as a solo traveller which was my first experience doing so. While I have been sightseeing by myself before, I stayed with family, so I always had someone to return to at night. The one thing that I really noticed during my stay in Copenhagen, ...
Most of us will live in, or near, the area in which we grew up in - it is where our family, our friendships and general support systems are located. It is where we are familiar with the social nuances of a cultures, therefore, creates a comfort zone. It is not often that we experience settling into a new culture and noticing the differences in the social nuances.
One of the biggest things that I have noticed here in Denmark, and this ...
Lily is anything but waterproof! The front windscreen leeks like a sieve, and
the whole front was soaked. And in the back – well drips come through every
window! One of the windows doesn’t close properly (its had a “temporary” fix to
ensure it cant be open from the outside, so Im safe Mum, don’t worry!) and I
plugged that up with clothes this morning just in case. Good job I did, as by