Over the month long easter holiday I had the opportunity to travel around Ireland, Northern Wales, Southern England and Italy. Had an absolutely fantastic time, and managed to pack so much into such a short time. For someone coming from a country with only a few hundred years of (English) history, walking amoungst the Roman ruins was a mind-blowing experience.
All good things must come to an end though, and I returned to uni to a torrent of assessment and tests. It was quite a load to deal with, especially having not touched the books in a month. The work continues this week with 3 assignments and an exam. Things will let up next week, but just for a week being the last week of term.
I was quite astonished on the weekend when I discovered that I only had 8 days of classes remaining. Today, that number is down to 6, which seems tiny compared to the time I’ve spent here in Leeds. Even so, its a strange feeling considering the fact that it’s still just over 2 months before I fly home. I think once classes finish the journey home will seem much closer, but for now I’m more concerned with exam preparations.
What’s left for me after this week? One more week of term, a week study break, 2 weeks of exams and then a month of travel before heading back to Australia. As much as it seems to be coming to an end, i don’t like to admit it – I still hope to pack as much fun and adventure into the next two months as possible.