I can't wrap my mind around basic physics concepts. But I love theortical things, especially black hole theory.
I want to visit England (and Latvia, and Iceland, and Finland, and Siberia, and a long list of places). The only place I've been out of Canada to is.. driving through Maine -> New York state on the way back from visiting New Brunswick and things-- and their nuclear power plants xd
..I never realized until my last year of high school that no one else goes on summer vacations to nuclear power facilities. sweatdrop
Lol that last bit is hilarious, we visited one in Wales only because we were doing a environmental science course.
Black hole theory *ponders*
Til i came to Greece, i had only been to Paris and Spain. When i go home im only there 10 days and then im off to Ibiza lol. The fun of being a student 3nodding
Its funny, as the only one I haven't been to in our province is the national research facility - we never manage to go on time for the tour xd
How does the travelling work? In Canada, for post-secondary studies, I'd be at one campus, unless I applied for an exchange -- in which case I might be a semester or year somewhere else. Do your courses normally shuffle you around from countries, or is it a special program or--?
[Not in school right now, as much as I would love to be]
Well we had a choice to go. (Just two students, as the university has to pay for us). Greece was the European class of the year was being held for Brussels. My professor persuaded me to go against my better judgement. I must admit the partying is better here. Carnival next week must get a mask. Also the course here is on water... water and uhh more water... at home it was boring stuff like organic chemistry. Im only in my second year i took a gap^^