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  • Day6

    Murrayfield Stadium

    October 2, 2015 in the United Kingdom ⋅ ☀️ 13 °C

    Ein echtes Erlebnis! Wir waren bei dem Spiel Edinburgh gegen Ospreys dort.
    Ein Besuch des Murrayfield Stadium lässt sich super mit einem Edinburgh Aufenthalt verbinden.
    Die Stimmung ist super! In der Halbzeit kamen dann die Kinder aufs Spielfeld :)

    Das Stadion ist ab der Princess Street sehr gut erreichbar. Es fährt die Tram (Richtung Flughafen) und Murrayfield Stadium hat eine extra Haltestelle. Die einfache Fahrt kostet 1,50 Pfund.

    Der Eintritt für Schüler lag bei 10 Pfund (ohne entsprechenden Rabatt wären es 25 Pfund gewesen). Es war ein Bier und ein Burger inklusive.
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  • Day2

    In the city where the clouds never stops

    February 4, 2017 in the United Kingdom ⋅ 🌙 4 °C

    Fait froid, puis chaud, puis chaud, puis il pleut, puis soleil... et ça recommence... toutes les 30 minutes.. bieeeeen!

    Patrick Howald

    Beau match ?

    Patrick Howald

    Irish coffee 😜 ?!

    Gerard Seydoux

    Surtout pas... ils ont pas d'humour ici! 😂😂

    Gerard Seydoux

    Ooooooh oui!

  • Day17

    Around falkirk

    August 28, 2017 in the United Kingdom ⋅ ⛅ 14 °C

    Been around that Wallace Monument Stirling Castle and Bannockburn battle site today just following its 8:30 maybe 9 o'clock the sun has been sitting on the horizon for 82 hours it just doesn't want to sit and I swear I have never seen and moon as big as it is here it is incredibly large I can't wait to see when it's full if I'm still in this areaRead more

    Jinie Fox

    S ounds amazing

  • Day1

    Going Down South

    November 7, 2018 in the United Kingdom ⋅ ⛅ 7 °C

    A couple of months ago I was chatting to my dad on the phone, pondering whether or not to book on to a seminar on expeditions by the Royal Geographic Society in London. You should know he has a way of making anything seem possible and everything seem important to do. And figuring out what opportunities there are within and after this degree, and milking it for every last drop, is important. So that was it, Scrooge-like voice ignored, I booked the ticket and my flight the next day.

    I am currently sitting on a sofa in Edinburgh as a lay-over before getting the flight to London tomorrow morning. Reading my brother’s latest post of his adventures in South America I thought I might write one myself. With 3rd year whizzing by a little too quickly and worrying about what is supposed to come after, writing about what is happening in the now might just be all I needed.

    Also I thought it might provide extra procrastination for others to escape the current reality of ruffling hair in front of assignment screens ;)

    Anyway, I will try to write a little bit about what this whole seminar is about, what ideas are happening right now in the world of expeditions and how much this could mean for us students planning our own adventures (if in 3rd PIE or not).

    We’ll see what happens :)
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