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... how she felt in the morning.
In between getting dressed and splashing water on my face to wake myself up I tried calling Larry and Michael, but they weren't answering their phones. So I tried some of the other deans, with no luck. Finally I tried Kate, and like a trooper she answered and agreed to meet me at the Program Office.
When we arrived at the Program Office Kate went to wake up Larry and I went in to meet with the student. ...
... visited the rowing finals of Oxford's many colleges, set on the Thames river near Christ Church.
We also ventured into the Radcliffe Camera for the first time, where I found a little corner at the very top for studying. The table I plan to spend many hours reading and writing at stands right next to a wall of books on the history of the Middle East. Study break reading, I think.
In conclusion, here are a few fun tidbits you might ...
Naturally, we walked out of the door with about half an hour in hand to walk around the corner for the bus, so decided instead to walk down to the bus station where we would have more buses to choose from. And, by the corollary to Murphy's Law which says that public transport always conspires to run late when you're late and vice versa, there was a bus waiting which we hopped onto, getting us to Leuchars with 45 minutes to spare before our train arrived. ...
This morning I arrived in Oxford by bus. I stayed in a friend's home, called David. Oxford is a city in south of England. It has a population of 165,000 more or less.
The city is known for being a university town, University of Oxford, the oldest university in the country and the English-speaking world. It's one of ...
After 10 years in the making, the day has finally arrived. I've been talking about going travelling for so long that actually going has become a running joke among friends (miff, jonny and nelson - I post this entry from Thailand so think one or two of you are down a few quid?).
I was determined to travel as light as possible (I've lugged a bag of rocks backpacking around Europe in 2001, learning the hard way) and was inspired by the excellent ...