Winter Term ended on April 9th, but here I am reflecting from the very beginning of it... JANUARY TO APRIL, woooooo. I go home on April 29th (I've been in Lyon currently and going to Prague on the 23rd), so down time = blog time.
JAN 11th: LONDON NATIONAL GALLERY and whatever else I did that day
My ARTH117 Art History class got to tour the National Gallery with our awesome prof Daphne.
I really enjoyed the National Gallery; it has some outstanding artwork! Our prof being our super knowledgeable tour guide was definitely the best part.
That's the National Gallery above... and then the St. Martin in the fields church, also in Trafalgar Square.
After our field study, I was craving Korean food.... (this happens basically always) and so I got myself some soondubu!
JAN 18th: RYE HARBOUR FIELD STUDY for GPHY102
It's funny how this started off as a style blog... as you can see, on my "I don't really care about fashion, I just want to be dry and warm" days, this is what I tend to wear. Please judge me.
RANDOM OTHER THINGS NEAR THE BEGINNING OF THE TERM:
Betsy and I gardened with the gardeners, yay. There's a lot of maintenance that goes on in a castle estate... and we got to contribute to this!
We made a 'dead hedge habitat'.... Yay us!
Sometime also in January, the scholar in residence dude Tom Attah played a performance for us.
And a clubbing photo to round off this beginning of winter term post. (I really didn't go out that much this term...)