A couple of days delayed, but February has been quite an exciting month. From visiting my 15th Bundesland, to a work trip to Hamburg and another work trip to Hannover to the Didacta (the big annual education fair). Though I don't have decent photos of everything (now that I'm not doing photo-a-day anymore I sometimes… Continue reading February 2015 in pictures
Two years ago for my year abroad blog, to spice things up a bit (i.e. to avoid the diary-like style), I wrote an alphabetical list about my Christmas and New Year at home. It made lots of fun, as a German may say, so I thought I'd do this again. But I've given myself the… Continue reading An Alphabet List of Christmas and New Year
Just 3 sleeps until I move to my second Heimatland, so I thought I'd write a small post about things I'm looking forward to after having spent a year in Hannover last year. I did consider doing a post about things I'm not looking forward to (a lack of Terry's Chocolate Orange and the queues,… Continue reading 10 Things I’m Looking Forward To In Frankfurt
Man sollte gehen, wenn es am schönsten ist*, and that's exactly what I did - yesterday I left Exeter for good. Finished. Finito. But I'm not sure it has actually fully sunk in yet. I haven't really felt the need to be sad. There have been moments of 'wow, it's all coming to an end', but never… Continue reading Graduation Week
Hallo meine Lieben! Flights are booked and I'm ready to leave for Germany. I'll be flying on 31st July from London City Airport (nope, never heard of it either, but it had cheap flights at decent times in the day so I wasn't arriving too early or too late in Frankfurt). I was originally supposed to… Continue reading Flights are booked.
Eyup there! Yesterday I got back from a week at home in t'North, which included another Come Dine With Me with Ellie and Beccy, a night in Leeds with Anna and Leigh, and a trip to Alton Towers with my sisters! For travelling to and from Exeter I used the Megabus - a whopping 50p… Continue reading Chuffin’ chuff – my week at home in t’North.
Hello readers, both new and old (hoping I get at least one person who's reading who read my previous blog, not including my mum)! I'm going to start this off with a very brief introduction for those new readers - I'm Dan (as you've probably guessed from the blog title), and as of 3 days… Continue reading The end of another chapter.