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January 2009

Hello to anyone who reads this,

I am on exchange at Lund University in Sweden. It is described as a compact University town, but as far as I can see it's anything but. These people should come and see Sydney. I fail to see how a compact uni requires the use of a bicycle to get wherever you need to quickly. Every building is surrounded by grass and carparks. It is rare to find two buildings right next to each other.

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I am in Korea!!
I arrived here two days ago and I will be here until the end of February, completing an internship for my degree as a journalist at The Korea Herald, in Seoul.

Seoul is an amazing city. Everything stays open all the time, the people are really friendly and have been so helpful, the food is incredible and yesterday we got snow (if you've read any of my other blogs, you'll know how excited I get about snowflakes!).

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Because I’ve been treated so well by Danes showing me their food and culture, it was my turn to introduce some Danes to real Aussie food! I actually had to think really long and hard about what traditional Aussie food was when they asked me – I looked it up online, and some of the suggestions were chilli con carne and Thai curry…maybe the fact that the word Thai is in that dish makes it not Aussie?!??!!!

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Having a birthday here is awesome! Not only was the actual day, almost 2 days (Yay for time difference), but we celebrated it in 3 different countries! Of course, there was the actual day of the birthday – so multicultural – I think we worked out that about 15 countries were represented by the people there!!! – but we also decided to have a party weekend! So, we’re in Europe, it’s my 21st birthday, looking for a party destination, so where do we go??? Amsterdam of course!!!!!


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