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I was losing hope of seeing snow this season. I longed for the big fluffy white flakes and the corn flour crunch under foot. There is something about snow that make my heart flutter, and no matter the scene, it transforms it into something magical. We had a little hail/sleet/snow flurry about a week ago which I adored....then last night as I walked past our hall window something magical caught my eye. The familiar topsy turvy decent of snow flakes, real, proper, big fluffy ones - just ...
... Relations'. We then have our morning specific classes followed by a 90 minute lunch break and then our afternoon specific classes which finish at 3:30pm. After dinner there is also evening lectures. The lectures today were on 'The United States and international affairs 1783-2014' and 'Imperialism and the origins of the International State System'. Both were quite challenging for me as they were topics I knew little of. However, it was great to have the chance to ...
... or you can take what they call a punting tour (punting is apparently a small boat that's kind of like a flatter gondola). There's also this place called the Orchard Tea Gardens that my friend went to and she said it was very good.
Other than that, I did go to a board game shop (I believe it was called Inner Sanctum but I forgot the name already) where I bought something for a board game night!
There's also something called the Cambridge General Market on Saturdays ...
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What a stunning city is Cambridge, a little larger than our own Waikato town but charming none the less. The Cambridge University is made up of many colleges, Our first stop was the 550 year old Kings College Chapel, almost makes you want to go to church to see it running. Check the ceiling, it is called " fan vaulting" solid rock laid in an arch 80 feet high, it took 5 years to erect and then another 30 years to install the 26 sets of stained glass windows. Found ...