Monthly Archives: November, 2014

Same Hustle, New Bustle

At the beginning of October, it seemed like the period between October 20 – November 6 would resemble no other in my life. I had gotten word that a fellow Responsible Tourism Management student at Leeds Beckett had arranged a two-week work placement (a.k.a. internship) at FourCommunications, a London-based PR company. Afterwards, the World Travel Market …

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A spectator

Today, one of Leeds’ major sporting events took place. While it was awesome being in the city centre for the start of the Tour de France (considering it was a once-in-a lifetime event), it felt less fun being a spectator for another major athletic competition starting in the city centre. For one Sunday in November, the Abbey Dash takes over the …

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Back in the U.K.

Well, I got back to the land of fish of chips a few days ago (Tuesday, November 4 to be exact) but I would be remiss if I didn’t mention my father’s viewing and memorial service, which has held on November 1 in my hometown (Willingboro, New Jersey). Although I was not prepared in any way …

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