All posts tagged: London

Driving along the Syrian border

I learned a lot during my ten days in Lebanon. In hardly any corner of the world it is more interesting to see how culture, politics, religion and language define a people. How a country unites as well as tears apart over these issues. The people are so proud […]

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Malaysian Memories

This trip happened a long long time ago. It was the summer that we graduated from school and I just can’t get my head around the fact that that’s almost three years ago. After lots of parties in London, hopping around European capitals, relaxing days in […]

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The Velodrome

This is just a little post filled with architecture and a ridiculous sunset. The second year of my degree has been very un-stimulating so far, but Chris Wise is one of the few professors who makes me wanna stay in Civil Engineering and reminds me of why I […]

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Fieldtrip to Dorset

Most of you probably don’t know that I study Civil Engineering. I’m not sure whether this makes me super lame or interesting cool. I personally haven’t even made up my mind yet whether to find engineering cool or not. But modules like soils, fluid mechanics or structures make me think less […]

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Shanghai Photo Diary

I initially started this blog to share my many photos of the places I’ve visited, people I’ve met and adventures I’ve had during my gap year with friends and family back home. But I don’t have this one place I call home. And friends and […]

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