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... here. I am glad to have support from everyone I miss. I will be reunited with four of my college friends this semester, along with my parents who will be visiting me in a few weeks. We get to travel together, which will definitely be an amazing experience!
I look forward to coloring in my European map when I get back home, but until then I am going to enjoy being in Wales and having the opportunity to live my dream and visit as many cities as possible!
... the beach which looked like it would be completely under water during high tide based on the marks on the wall. To the very right where the marina was, there were several boats sitting on the sand and a single man looking for clams between them. Above the marina were all o the tall historic building painted a variety of colors that gave it a rainbow effect. It was all beautiful!
After walking down the beach, we went back up to the road ...
... pretty rough as well, blowing the car back and forth on the motor way. Throughout the UK the variable speed limits were dropped due to poor driving conditions but we kept on driving hoping that the weekend would work out in our favor. The drive was long but nothing too odd, lots of fields, sheep and water. We did see a lorry which had caught on fire randomly on the motorway causing miles of traffic to be backed ...
Here at Trinity St. David, there is a week where we celebrate returning to school and beginning a new semester. It's called Refreshers week. During this time, every student is expected to participate in the different themed events and drink a lot of alcohol. It's pretty similar to Homecoming in the states.
Here is how the schedule was laid out:
Saturday: Rugby Game (Wales v. Italy)
Didn't watch ...
... br> Despite my joy for cooking, I keep getting cravings for food I don't have. I have been craving foods like hibachi chicken and shrimp, sushi, oreos with peanut butter, and cream cheese. It's kind of weird. I'm sure I can make hibachi chicken, and I can always buy oreos and cream cheese, but unfortunately sushi is a no go. I will just have to wait until I get to a metropolitan area, or even ...
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