February 10, 2017

Term 1 Round Up: Part 2



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A giant Christmas tree outside the Warwick Arts Centre.



For winter celebrations, I decided to go with my AIESEC friends to Winter Wonderland at Hyde Park. Although we got lost initially, we had a whale of a time and got to know each other much better as well.



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AIESEC Outgoing Global Talent (OGT) #team
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Farewell to Amine, an exchange student from Morocco who was a close friend to all of us!



Going on all the rides and screaming my heart out, on top of eating all sorts of good food, was a great experience. Furthermore, it’s always nice to be in London with friends, so what could have made this experience better? I’m really glad I went.



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Churros with Nutella drizzled over
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Hot Chocolate with whipped cream and a wafer












And now that I’m back in Warwick after a long (and in my opinion, well-deserved) Christmas break, winter has brought a cool air upon the school. Everyone is swishing about in their fashionable overcoats and parka jackets, and there are no more leaves littering the walkway: even the trees are bare but elegant in their own way.



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Library Road in winter (without snow, though)



Makes it hard not to love Warwick, really. Till next time.


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