Thursday, 4 June 2015

In between the lines of April and May {part 2}

Salutations friends!

So, it is now tomorrow (pretty much), and here we have the second part of the post. Look at me actually posting when I say I'm going to! Hopefully this will be a continuing trend.

May was a very busy month for me. None of my papers this semester have exams, so all of my work had to be done before the end of semester, which basically meant lots of assessments due!







8th May
This book I have been looking forward to for a while. Carrie is such a inspirational person, and I love the way she writes. And also excitingly, this arrived in the mail because I ordered it online, and receiving something in the mail here is like Christmas.












9th May
The view from the six floor of the university library. Lovely, but a bit distracting from study if I'm honest.













16th May
This was an opera of Cinderella, which was absolutely stunning, and surprisingly funny, because of the addition of subtitles for the Italian. This was at the end of a very long day, where I got up at 6:15 to collect my brother from town in Wellington, and was then didn't really sit down until this.











23rd May
This was a collection of four dances by the Royal New Zealand ballet. The NZ Army band was playing, and the last dance they did was one of the most powerful dances I have ever seen. If anyone reading this has the opportunity to go see it, absolutely do.











28th May
This was one of the most bizarre experiences of my life so far. Two friends and I were able to go to Parliament and meet the Deputy Prime Minister of Slovakia. This is the ceiling in one of the rooms there.









Bonus picture, here is all of us with the Deputy Prime Minister of Slovakia. :) (he's the one in the middle)

5 comments:

  1. Hi Emma! That view from the library is lovely. I hope you'll be inspired next time when you're looking out. :)

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  2. It's so exciting to see you enjoying Uni life! You must be close to a break soon? :) x

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  3. It's so nice to see how the university experience is coming along for you. I'm pretty astounded with the views you're gifted with in your university library. And gosh meeting a Prime Minister - now that's a feat!
    Do hope winter has been treating you well, Emma :) x

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  4. visiting from Lissa's...nice blog!

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  5. Visiting from Lissa's...nice blog!

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