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Sep 18

Portsmouth and Mountains

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Diary Extract (Portsmouth – Mountain region) Portsmouth We started the day with breakfast at the hotel, the first time an America hotel had offered us such a thing, it’s a shame the beds didn’t live up to expectation otherwise this would have been the best hotel yet. After breakfast we went to a museum called Strawbery Banke; the houses were... Read Arcticle

Aug 26

Onwards to Boston

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Day 4 : Onwards to Boston Prior to waving good bye to New York we noticed an event with a number of nearby street closures; the event was known as “Summer Streets”, an annual event where residents can partake in running and cycling giving a different perspective of New York without the traffic – it was far too hot/humid for... Read Arcticle

Aug 23

New York in a nutshell

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Day 1: Driving in New York-Manhatten Upon landing at Newark airport we immediately felt the heat of New York though as with all our luck, the city decided to greet us with a huge downpour so we quickly rushed into a famous yellow New York taxi and headed down towards Manhattan. I must admit driving, or rather watching the cabbie... Read Arcticle

Aug 4

Visa Applications

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Once you’ve had the all clear from your university and you have been accepted by your host you can undergo the important step of obtaining a visa (if attending a US University.) This is a rather long procedure involving a couple of steps and for me a trip to London for the day! For those of you wondering what is... Read Arcticle

Jul 29

Blog Live!!

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As many of you realise I have a huge love of computers. Over the past couples of weeks I have been working on getting a website together that would nicely resemble something clean, professional and minimalistic that will last for the years to come. Hopefully I have achieved this after many hours of blood sweat and tears over the keyboard... Read Arcticle