Lucy drops by for a day or two, feat. sushi, cocktails and sad goodbyes ❤
I love it when people come to visit me: *turns into a tour guide mode*
It's a bittersweet ending to a ten-day adventure! Michael headed off to Manchester on the Sunday 25th September to meet a friend for lunch and head on to the airport to fly to Edinburgh. Whilst I resumed the university working life, he went off to see the Scottish sights. On Wednesday I knew Michael was due … Continue reading A Canadian in Town #3: London-bound
Michael's second day in Nottingham started off with bright sunshine and a walk around the University of Nottingham campus. It was great to show him what the Ningbo campus in China had in comparison with the original and rather large British one. We took a photo by the statue of the Chinese lion because it … Continue reading A Canadian in Town #2: York, British Food & the Peaks
So it’s 21:07 on a Monday evening, the 26th September. I am no longer just a language student, but a post-graduate language student. Does that sound as fancy as an M&S advert? I hope so. It is the first day of being a postgraduate student at Sheffield and I’m sat writing this by candlelight. Why? Although it … Continue reading being a postgraduate and a “fresher” simultaneously
So the end of the summer is where the fun started. Well, as part of the excitement for the year that is to come. My friend Michael who is from Montreal, Canada, came to the UK to visit for two weeks. We met when we were both at Ningbo Nottingham University as part of our … Continue reading A Canadian in Town #1: a tour of Nottingham
The title says it all. I put this together quickly and wanted to put it on my blog to share with you guys but also to keep it somewhere so I could watch it anytime if I so wished to! Two years have passed since I went on my year abroad as part of my … Continue reading #tbt the china year abroad.. i put some videos together (09/2016)
who would've thought losing a car would be so sad?
I celebrate graduating from the University of Nottingham with a degree in Spanish and Chinese! +++ August 2016
As the ten days flew by in a blur, leaving little time to sit and write about our adventures, I only managed to take it all down in note form. So instead of a story-like blog post, I'm going to share my top five reasons as to why we had a great time but also … Continue reading South Korea: top five why I love it.