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... the precise time was critical for navigation.
At the turn of the 19th century, timepieces were unreliable so the Scotts initially provided a visual “time piece”, a ball-drop from the top of the tallest building in Edinburgh. Unfortunately the ...
Today I arrived in Edinburgh, Scotland. I felt utter joy when I first saw the shores of Scotland on my descent into Scotland. I saw a lot of lochs, and some of the Highlands. It brought back the memories of first touching shore when I traveled from Ireland to Scotland a little over ...
... started it all. Goz even got himself a flash new golf shirt. It is freezing here at St Andrews today, and it is graduation day too, so there are people everywhere, most of them are in skirts, well scottish skirts that is, kilts. St Andrews was a great visit. Back on the road and after a while we make it to the massive Forth road bridge and then onto Edinburgh. We are here for 2 nights and the tonight we have ...
... my biggest concern was how slow everything would be moving. It would definitely be a relaxing and slow trip.
Oxford is a uni town. Nothing too exciting to report there. Mum was pretty up and about for a couple of hours as we were strolling through the grounds and some libraries.
Day 87 – Oxford to Montgomery, Wales
The drive through Wales was very pleasant. There were just miles and miles of green hills and a heap of sheep. ...
While I watched this piece I really enjoyed how it was staged and the techniques they used in performance (e.g. The shadow times and music). Interestingly it really made me think a lot about race not in terms of the content of the show, but within popular performance in general. I found myself almost getting angry at points because most of the pieces I see that aren't produced by white people deal only with dark issues in the way Cadre did. It makes me mad because so often ...