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As some of you may know, I am currently on my year abroad in Germany as part of my university course.
You may have seen my post about film culture a couple of months ago in which I wrote that I enjoy watching films in another language, and often without subtitles.
Each morning at 7:30 when I arrive at school, there are floods of pupils cycling into school and locking up their bikes. It made me think; was it like this at my school?
A couple of friends and I, spontaneously decided that we would go to Berlin this weekend to attend the Berlinale, an international film festival.
"New year, new me" is a phrase you often hear in the UK on the first of January. It is very common to start a new year's resolution on this day.
In this post I would like to tell you about mince pies. In the United Kingdom you would find these tasty treats in all supermarkets and bakeries.
I work at a school in Germany and recently I have been going into lots of different English lessons to explain how Christmas is in England and how it is for me.
Last week I went to Bremerhaven, a city that is just across the river Weser from where I live. There is a very nice riverfront there where you can go for a walk. You can see this in my photograph.
So I moved to Nordenham in Lower Saxony, Germany about a month ago for my year abroad.
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