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Top Ten UK Moments (5-1)

In a blog entry I posted earlier yesterday (Saturday, January 17), I listed five of my top ten moments during my sixteen months in the UK. Actually, I would have like to put all of my top ten moments in that blog entry but my it was already big enough. So now, here are the rest of my top ten …

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Top Ten UK Moments (10-6)

I meant to post this blog entry immediately upon returning to the U.S. (Tuesday, January 13). Actually, I wanted to do that prior to leaving Leeds – but in a weekend that saw me complete my final ParkRun (the Hollywood-like script which featured me winning didn’t take place), pack, discard travel brochures, etc., there was no time …

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On a Bicycleabout…

For their One Hot Minute album, the Red Hot Chili Peppers recorded a song titled “Walkabout.” I think I’ll go on a walkabout Find out what it’s all about Just me and my own two feet In the heat I’ve got myself to meet Use your legs to rock it wide Take a ride to …

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Museum Hopping in London

Even if I had decided to spend my yesterday (Sunday, December 14) primarily relaxing in front of a computer, my weekend would’ve been rather productive – a Saturday that saw me finish second in the ParkRun (albeit belting out a slower than desired time – thanks to the rather icy course), join a small but spirited group on …

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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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A (somewhat unexpected) visit…

Since I first started working/studying abroad, I have always envied co-workers/fellow students who have been fortunate enough to enjoy visits from close friends and family. Unfortunately, that didn’t happen in Japan (probably because the flight is too long/expensive for many people in the U.S.) or France (probably due to the relatively short time I was living in L’Hexagone). While Genba and …

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