Some Big Fancy Review… I was going to write some big fancy review of the wonderful year that was 2012, or specifically of my first semester in Neuchâtel, but, well, I never got round to it. It was the year that I turned 20, it was the year to be British, with the Queen’s Diamond … More 2012 In Review
So I’m back in the English rain, in a nice, warm house up to its armpits in Christmas decorations, with my family and the dog and the Playstation 2 and Sky Sports and carpets and bean bags and hot cross buns and smoothie. My return home also meant that I could have my first pizza … More Return of the Pizza
So this week I’m free, now that my classes are finished. I’m using the week for lots of gym, cooking and other activities that I’ve been saving up for a while. I’m not writing a proper post today but I thought I should mention that today is Day 100 for me in Neuchâtel, would you … More Day 100!
Something to Talk About This week it was finally time for me to do my presentation in our Expression et Compréhension Orales class. By this point, I had seen many others go before me, with a variety of topics: Kurds and women’s rights in Kurdish society, Hungarian author Agota Kristof and living abroad, Tim Burton, … More Day 95: Presentation Time and Obscure British Overseas Territories
This morning I was totally oblivious until I opened my curtains to find some pretty impressive snow. I’ve got to say, now that it’s December, with this snow, and with Fairytale of New York and All I Want For Christmas already beginning their annual surge up the charts on iTunes, I’m starting to feel quite Christmassy!
Welcome to December I know it’s been a while since I last wrote but there we go. I’d rather write something slightly interesting every so often than write really boring stuff all the time. Anyway, it’s now December, would you believe, and this coming week will be our last week of classes for the year. … More Day 91: Pretty Good So Far