29th May 2014

I can’t believe that the one month mark has crept up on me! A month today I will be in a Travelodge by London Heathrow with William, probably feeling anxious, nervous, excited etc. that I am kicking off Third Year in about ten hours.

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This week has been a weird, long, short, busy, lazy, crazy week and I am sooo glad that it is over!

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This is a beautiful song and it goes great with the sunny weather today! It’s also pretty inspirational as there is so much unsaid these days which somehow limits everyone’s potential to love life.

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Second Year in Nottingham

This is the view from my window in our student house. Although it doesn’t look out over beautiful scenery, it feels so good to get a picture like this. Only now are we getting into the swing of things as university has just started. And it is a bit mad because I’m working the whole […]

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And on the tenth day

I’m just taking a moment to scribble down the happenings of the past few days as I feel I’ve been on a bit of an adventure.

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I can’t believe I haven’t written a post for SO long! I think I was grumpy at tumblr for a while because I did write a post whilst we were in Wales and for some reason my phone didn’t upload it and it was lost forever.

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Memories.

I remember the rainstorm in this picture on my last night in Hong Kong. We were about to watch the laser show but before we stepped out into the open a monsoon let loose above us.

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Back in the UK

I have to say: the thing I miss the most about China right now are the air conditioners.

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Hometime

16th July 2013 So here I go. I’m coming home. I really do hate goodbyes. The first few minutes are the worst. I’m sitting on the airport express train now waiting for it to leave and to wave goodbye to Tim. I can’t admit I’m not teary.. Hong Kong have this amazing set up at […]

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Road Trip!

Macau is amazing. I know I have said this about every place I’ve been to during the past two weeks but Macau has a slightly different feel to it compared to Hong Kong and China.

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