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Mouthwatering Meze, Lunchtime at JoJos

I’ve already splashed snippets of my graduation around the blog and around Twitter, but have so far neglected THE most important part of any Graduation Day. 618 more words


The Christchurch Botanic Gardens

If you plan to visit New Zealand, make a stop at Christchurch, the place where you can do it all: skiing, playing golf, mountain biking, wind surfing, bungee jumping, riding a hot-air balloon, whale watching and visiting renowned wineries and gardens. 431 more words

New Zealand

Alternate Mt. Herbert

From Lyttleton Harbour, it is just a quick 10 minute ferry ride across the turquoise waters to tranquil Diamond Harbour. On a glorious May day, my partner and I set off on the trail up Mt. 869 more words

New Zealand

Week 4

The reason why I am studying this course is to help studying at university in the UK. I studied at language school last year in Canterbury. 175 more words

The Canterbury Cafes... See what I've done there?

During my three years studying at the University of Kent I have spent a considerable amount of time being in awe of and admiring the beauty of the city of Canterbury. 691 more words

Summer Exhibition

26th July -21st September 2014

Stark Gallery

68 Castle Street Canterbury  Kent  CT1 2PY

Tel: 01227 767128

The gallery is very easy to find from Canterbury city centre, Castle Street being just a few minutes’ walk from Lloyds bank, where St Margaret’s Street meets the High Street. 26 more words

Priscilla Jones

Symposium: Monuments of Power (Canterbury, 5-7 September 2014)

Symposium: Monuments of Power
Canterbury, 5-7 September 2014
Booking deadline: 31 July 2014

This Symposium is to be held jointly by the Church Monuments Society and the Centre for Medieval and Modern Studies, University of Kent.   351 more words

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