It’s amazing how quickly time can fly. Everyone was saying it would before I left, but it was still surprising. Before I knew it, it was the first week of April. In other words, I had experienced a complete month here. I was definitely starting to settle in.
The reading week is a common part of university life, a week when you should in theory work but in reality you need to relax as well.Read more "‘Reading’ week – a time for ‘work’"
The dancing was great entertainment and a good chance to see Spanish culture…up until the point where they grabbed my hand and got me to dance with them! There is a video of me dancing with them, but this website doesn’t let me upload videos, so your eyes are saved.Read more "A week of firsts"
For this week, I genuinely couldn’t remember much of what I’d done. It’s just vanished out of my memory. So I’m going to assume that this was a week where the work of uni began to kick in, and I got down to studying for real!Read more "Settling in: The week where nothing happened"
In case you haven’t already noticed, I’m starting to fall behind on my blogs, so I’m going to start to write longer posts otherwise I may never finish them!Read more "Happy Birthday to me"
At the point where the bus stopped and we all got off, there was a lookout point overlooking a beautiful plateau. At least, that’s what we were told. It was so cloudy that you couldn’t actually see anything.Read more "The not-so-blue mountains, mardi gras and manly"
I made it my mission to go and find the British Shopand buy some British snacks for the movie night. My American friends have now been introduced to British food. God save the Queen.Read more "O-Week: an Australian Fresher’s Week"