Monthly Archives: November, 2013

Calm before the storm

Prior to 5 p.m. yesterday (Friday, November 29), my week was pretty much uneventful. But Fridays nights and Saturday mornings always provide opportunities for fun – and insanity. After my Marketing Responsible Tourism lesson yesterday, I met up with Satoshi to have dinner at a Greek restaurant near Hyde Park named Onion. Getting there was …

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Freezing…

I wasn’t sure how I would start my latest blog entry as this week hasn’t been the most exciting of weeks (of course, they all can’t be). But anyway this morning, I participated in the Park Run and it was… freezing! (I don’t have any pictures from today’s Park Run. I had more important things …

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The Abbey Dash

As I’m composing this blog entry, it’s a very early Monday morning on November 18. But yesterday was fun. First, I competed in the Leeds Abbey Dash. It was my first non-Park Run competition (I actually didn’t do the Park Run the day before as I wanted to conserve energy), and I was really looking …

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More London/World Travel Market pictures

In my previous blog entry, I gave you the word-for-word story of my three days in London. Now here are some more pictures from my time in London.

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World Travel Market

Well, earlier this week, I went to London for the first time since September 2004 to attend the World Travel Market, a huge annual industry event (It’s bigger than the New York Times┬áTravel Show, where I’ve volunteered the past two two editions). The World Travel Market wasn’t a required event for our course, but highly …

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London Calling

Well, this blog entry is a bit rushed – and light on pictures. But I have some news… 1) Later today, I’m going to London for the World Travel Market, which is a big travel industry exhibition. Actually, I should probably be getting ready this second. But I’ll fine. I’m really looking forward to it, …

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