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... guys went to see the sequel to 300, an adrenaline pumping movie that certainly got me motivated to work hard at the gym this week.
All in all it has been a quiet few weeks since dad left. However, after two more weeks of hunkering down in the library I am off to Ireland on the 27th. In the meantime, I will be attending a St. Patricks Day formal and party, a Harry Potter themed banquet and much much more. Keep on reading - the adventure is just kicking off.
... mixed information was floating around. Besides it fit well with the idea of sacrifice that is so central to Christian theology.
Keeping the church theme going we walked across the Palace Green to the Durham Cathedral. That's right, in the Middle Ages the separation of church and state was about the size of an American football field. I had a good time showing dad around the Cathedral, and explaining to him about the Cathedral's holy relic: the bones of ...
... in the world.
The American engine was originally called the Golden Shuttle, reflecting the Yorkshire Woolen Industry, and traveled from Bradford and Leeds to London. In 1945 it was renamed the Dwight D. Eisenhower in honour of the General who led the Allied Forces to victory in WWII. It was shipped to the National Railroad Museum at Greenbay, Wisconsin in 1964. The Dwight D. Eisenhower returned to Britain for ...
... Even in our simulation this is what happened. The more powerful countries eventually ended up excluding the smaller countries and the NGO's from our talks, as it was the only way we could take decisive action.
After a busy weekend of negotiation I had a fairly wild Saturday night and a well earned relaxed Sunday. This weekend I'm off to London with my dad! Many more adventures to come so stay tuned!!!
(Photo Credits to Mitchell Hugers, my classmate and friend).
... filled father-son adventure in this nations capital.
Furthermore, I just booked my plane tickets and hostels for a very exciting trip I will be taking over the Easter Break (at the end of March). On March 27th I will head off to Ireland, visiting Belfast in the Northern Part, and Dublin in the Republic. Following that I will fly off to Glasgow where I will meet mom for wee bit of Scottish adventuring.
Lot's of exciting things to come - so keep on reading!!!