Monthly Archives: March 2012

The river bank

I never liked Sundays. Always lazy and boring. To stir things a little, I decided to spend my first Sunday in Brisbane differently, by going to ‘the City’ of the city. Whenever I asked anyone about what Brisbane’s city center … Continue reading

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thank god for the wet season

It’s here, the rain is finally fast in Townsville. The wet season didn’t get its name for nothing. It’s been bucketing all day everyday for almost a week now. Bucketing, not raining, as this is far beyond rain. A tropical … Continue reading

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Hey, Teachers

Uni, uni, uni… It’s keeping me busy. As it should of course. We do need some education. The well know rhythm of lectures and tutorials doesn’t seem to have changed at all, even though I really did my best to … Continue reading

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swimming in the ocean

Rainy season started here in North Queensland last week. Now it is raining almost all the day and it’s not so easy getting around… lot of things happened these weeks, but now i ‘ m writing a document analysis and … Continue reading

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Termite or not Termite

Every now and again the moon blocks the happy-rays Venus usually sends me in order to be my lovely self. A few days ago was one of those days. A day full of fun surprises one could say.. The first … Continue reading

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The Dangers of the Camera

I did not bring a camera along as I embarked on this adventure. I have a smart phone, and I have the possibility to buy a camera should I need and/or miss one. So far however, I don’t. Sure, I … Continue reading

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Living ain’t easy with eyes closed, Mr Beatle

So the learning has really began. I’m already after delivering a presentation, few big readings, an Internet test and right before few more, both in virtual reality and in class. That means I’ve been pretty busy recently and didn’t even have time … Continue reading

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The Long Weekend

( This past weekend was the “Long Weekend” . A Saturday-Sunday-Monday carefree package . The best way to get the most out of it : joining the Kangaroo Island Tour organised by the International Students Office here at Flinders University … Continue reading

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The Beauty of Seal Bay

The past weekend I joined a trip organized by the ISSU, Internation Students Support Unit (or something similar), to go to Australia’s third biggest island, Kangaroo Island. The trip was guided by an awesome Australian girl called Ngaire, and the … Continue reading

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“To teach is to learn twice.” Joseph Joubert

Hey everyone! I really hope you have a good time back home in Sweden, but also here in Australia. I came back today from the famous Magnetic Island which was awesome and fantastic! We (me and many, many students from JCU) arrived on Friday to celebrate the full moon. It was an incredibly and wonderful experience to see the spectacular beautiful beach, lighten by the moon … Continue reading

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