I have been fortunate enough to experience a few new sports since my time began here in Canada… i) American Football ii) Ice Hockey iii) Baseball My favourite so far has to be Ice Hockey. Don’t get me wrong I absolutely loved Baseball, but if I had to choose between them, Ice Hockey gets the … More A New Found Love
Often referred to as the world’s most multicultural city, this is certainly apparent after spending just one day in Toronto. We caught the Greyhound at 10:30 in the morning, and set off on highway 401 to the capital city of Ontario. On the bus, we met a Torontonian called Austin. He also studies at Western University and made … More Status Quo: Friend or Foe?
Take 2. On Tuesday morning, I got another chance to go up into the skies. The weather seemed worse today, there was a layer of thin cloud looming overhead as I made my way to the University Main Gates bus stop, but the weather forecast remained adamant that it would clear in a matter of hours. … More A Second Shot
We all have a weakness, and mine is certainly flying. Even before I arrived at Western University I began scouting for the nearest flying school, and fortunately, Forest City Flight Centre is just down the road at London Airport (YXU). [I say ‘just down the road’, but busses here are particularly slow as they stop every … More Tribulations with Temptation…
As soon as one journey ends, another begins… I am now a student of the University of Western Ontario. Having arrived five days ago, I think I’m now in a good position to write a post about my first impressions. I’ve had chance to explore the campus and a small portion of London, and I’ve met … More An International Student: First Impressions of Western