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March 2010

Awesome!!! I have a whole 2 weeks off class for Easter.

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Bleh.

30 Mar

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IT'S THESIS TIME!

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Hurrah! It's Spring Break!

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That’s right. A five hour exam! Apparently that is how long they all are in Uppsala, and amazingly I was in the exam room until the last ½ hour!

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One day my friend Tom said to me “Hey Winey, wouldn’t it be great if we played Indiana Jones on a giant screen here on engineering lawns?”
I thought about it.
Then I said “You know what would be better than Indiana Jones on Engo lawns?
Indiana Jones on Engo lawns.jpg

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It was regular sunny March afternoon.
I was walking from Fisher Library to the Sports and Aquatic centre.
Suddenly, I was greeted by my friend Abhinav – my loyal engineering friend, Young Vinnies supporter and immediate past president of the Sydney Uni Hindu Society – Om.

Abhinav: “Hey Winey! Happy Holi!”
Me: “Abi! Why do you look like you have been playing a non-painful version of paintball?

Abi Holi.JPG

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In the mail today I got my invitation to grauduate. Yes, it's come. Time to be all grown up! My last day of uni actually saw me being really sad- when would I ever get to go from straight professional standard media to professional standard archaeology?? hah never! Only at uni with a degree that let me explore all aspects of my inner (cough cough not so inner) nerd. I decided that I'd make the most of the uni offers while I still could so took up an opportunity for an internship in Indonesia throughout the Summer holidays.

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Okay, so I have been in Sweden for over 2 months!!! I can't believe it. I don't even know how to describe the experience so far - life changing?

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The first seven weeks (almost half, eek!) of my experience at Berkeley has passed in a whoosh that has left me somewhat breathless, even though, well let's face it, I've been trying my best to avoid uni work as much as possible and to throw myself into the exchange experience.

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I had an exam today… Accustomed, as I am, to the Australian system, I was a wee bit nervous.

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