My god, have I already been here for more than three weeks? I can’t believe that time is passing so quickly. In my second week here Uni started again and I’m now in full-on student mode. Even though I’ve just started I already know that my time here is going to be a whole lot different than what I’m used to back home. One of those differences is the active and social lifestyle that is normal here. I have joined the photography and dance society, which both have meetings at least once a week. We don’t have those tight knitted societies back at home, or at least not ones that are based on a shared interest like photography. Another thing that’s different here is that the beauty of nature keeps astounding me. I’m used to a different kind of beauty, for example I am now surrounded by mountains instead of flat grasslands and I can walk to the pier and look out over the bay instead of only seeing the beach on a nice summer’s day. Bangor is a small city that made me feel at home very quickly, although there’s still enough to explore. Like when me and a friend walked up into the surrounding mountains to look down on Bangor from above and got to enjoy the amazing view of the city and the university. The other day we went to Conwy, a walled city near Bangor and while driving there we had to drive through a flooded part of the road. This isn’t something you’d see in The Netherlands, but apparently that’s not a strange thing to come across in Wales. You know that feeling of anxiety when making a big decision? But then, when you’ve actually done it, you know that you’ve actually made the best decision ever? That’s what I’m feeling right now. I was so scared before, but now that I’m actually here, I can’t even remember what I was so scared of. I’m looking forward to all the adventures I’m going to go on while I’m here (like zip lining on the longest and fastest track in Europe, eek!). If you’d like to stay updated on my time here, and the other things I get up to on my blog, please like my facebook page, or follow me on Instagram, Twitter or Bloglovin’. X RandomDutchie

Time is flying by! – Bangor Week 2 & 3

My god, have I already been here for more than three weeks? I can’t believe that time is passing so quickly. In my second week here Uni started again and I’m now in full-on student mode. Even though I’ve just started I already know that my time here is going to be a whole lot different than what I’m used to back home. One of those differences is the active and social lifestyle that is normal here. I have joined the photography and dance society, which both have meetings at least once a week. We don’t have those tight knitted societies back at home, or at least not ones that are based on a shared interest like photography.

Another thing that’s different here is that the beauty of my surroundings keeps astounding me. I’m used to a different kind of beauty, for example I now see mountains instead of flat grasslands and I can easily walk to the pier and look out over the bay instead of only seeing the beach on a nice summer’s day. Bangor is a small city that made me feel at home very quickly, although there’s still enough to explore. Like when a friend and I walked up into the surrounding mountains to look down on Bangor from above and got to enjoy the amazing view of the city and the university.My god, have I already been here for more than three weeks? I can’t believe that time is passing so quickly. In my second week here Uni started again and I’m now in full-on student mode. Even though I’ve just started I already know that my time here is going to be a whole lot different than what I’m used to back home. One of those differences is the active and social lifestyle that is normal here. I have joined the photography and dance society, which both have meetings at least once a week. We don’t have those tight knitted societies back at home, or at least not ones that are based on a shared interest like photography. Another thing that’s different here is that the beauty of nature keeps astounding me. I’m used to a different kind of beauty, for example I am now surrounded by mountains instead of flat grasslands and I can walk to the pier and look out over the bay instead of only seeing the beach on a nice summer’s day. Bangor is a small city that made me feel at home very quickly, although there’s still enough to explore. Like when me and a friend walked up into the surrounding mountains to look down on Bangor from above and got to enjoy the amazing view of the city and the university. The other day we went to Conwy, a walled city near Bangor and while driving there we had to drive through a flooded part of the road. This isn’t something you’d see in The Netherlands, but apparently that’s not a strange thing to come across in Wales. You know that feeling of anxiety when making a big decision? But then, when you’ve actually done it, you know that you’ve actually made the best decision ever? That’s what I’m feeling right now. I was so scared before, but now that I’m actually here, I can’t even remember what I was so scared of. I’m looking forward to all the adventures I’m going to go on while I’m here (like zip lining on the longest and fastest track in Europe, eek!). If you’d like to stay updated on my time here, and the other things I get up to on my blog, please like my facebook page, or follow me on Instagram, Twitter or Bloglovin’. X RandomDutchie My god, have I already been here for more than three weeks? I can’t believe that time is passing so quickly. In my second week here Uni started again and I’m now in full-on student mode. Even though I’ve just started I already know that my time here is going to be a whole lot different than what I’m used to back home. One of those differences is the active and social lifestyle that is normal here. I have joined the photography and dance society, which both have meetings at least once a week. We don’t have those tight knitted societies back at home, or at least not ones that are based on a shared interest like photography. Another thing that’s different here is that the beauty of nature keeps astounding me. I’m used to a different kind of beauty, for example I am now surrounded by mountains instead of flat grasslands and I can walk to the pier and look out over the bay instead of only seeing the beach on a nice summer’s day. Bangor is a small city that made me feel at home very quickly, although there’s still enough to explore. Like when me and a friend walked up into the surrounding mountains to look down on Bangor from above and got to enjoy the amazing view of the city and the university. The other day we went to Conwy, a walled city near Bangor and while driving there we had to drive through a flooded part of the road. This isn’t something you’d see in The Netherlands, but apparently that’s not a strange thing to come across in Wales. You know that feeling of anxiety when making a big decision? But then, when you’ve actually done it, you know that you’ve actually made the best decision ever? That’s what I’m feeling right now. I was so scared before, but now that I’m actually here, I can’t even remember what I was so scared of. I’m looking forward to all the adventures I’m going to go on while I’m here (like zip lining on the longest and fastest track in Europe, eek!). If you’d like to stay updated on my time here, and the other things I get up to on my blog, please like my facebook page, or follow me on Instagram, Twitter or Bloglovin’. X RandomDutchie woodsy-path

The other day we went to Conwy, a walled city near Bangor and while driving there we had to drive through a flooded part of the road. This isn’t something you’d see in The Netherlands, but apparently that’s not a strange thing to come across in Wales.My god, have I already been here for more than three weeks? I can’t believe that time is passing so quickly. In my second week here Uni started again and I’m now in full-on student mode. Even though I’ve just started I already know that my time here is going to be a whole lot different than what I’m used to back home. One of those differences is the active and social lifestyle that is normal here. I have joined the photography and dance society, which both have meetings at least once a week. We don’t have those tight knitted societies back at home, or at least not ones that are based on a shared interest like photography. Another thing that’s different here is that the beauty of nature keeps astounding me. I’m used to a different kind of beauty, for example I am now surrounded by mountains instead of flat grasslands and I can walk to the pier and look out over the bay instead of only seeing the beach on a nice summer’s day. Bangor is a small city that made me feel at home very quickly, although there’s still enough to explore. Like when me and a friend walked up into the surrounding mountains to look down on Bangor from above and got to enjoy the amazing view of the city and the university. The other day we went to Conwy, a walled city near Bangor and while driving there we had to drive through a flooded part of the road. This isn’t something you’d see in The Netherlands, but apparently that’s not a strange thing to come across in Wales. You know that feeling of anxiety when making a big decision? But then, when you’ve actually done it, you know that you’ve actually made the best decision ever? That’s what I’m feeling right now. I was so scared before, but now that I’m actually here, I can’t even remember what I was so scared of. I’m looking forward to all the adventures I’m going to go on while I’m here (like zip lining on the longest and fastest track in Europe, eek!). If you’d like to stay updated on my time here, and the other things I get up to on my blog, please like my facebook page, or follow me on Instagram, Twitter or Bloglovin’. X RandomDutchieMy god, have I already been here for more than three weeks? I can’t believe that time is passing so quickly. In my second week here Uni started again and I’m now in full-on student mode. Even though I’ve just started I already know that my time here is going to be a whole lot different than what I’m used to back home. One of those differences is the active and social lifestyle that is normal here. I have joined the photography and dance society, which both have meetings at least once a week. We don’t have those tight knitted societies back at home, or at least not ones that are based on a shared interest like photography. Another thing that’s different here is that the beauty of nature keeps astounding me. I’m used to a different kind of beauty, for example I am now surrounded by mountains instead of flat grasslands and I can walk to the pier and look out over the bay instead of only seeing the beach on a nice summer’s day. Bangor is a small city that made me feel at home very quickly, although there’s still enough to explore. Like when me and a friend walked up into the surrounding mountains to look down on Bangor from above and got to enjoy the amazing view of the city and the university. The other day we went to Conwy, a walled city near Bangor and while driving there we had to drive through a flooded part of the road. This isn’t something you’d see in The Netherlands, but apparently that’s not a strange thing to come across in Wales. You know that feeling of anxiety when making a big decision? But then, when you’ve actually done it, you know that you’ve actually made the best decision ever? That’s what I’m feeling right now. I was so scared before, but now that I’m actually here, I can’t even remember what I was so scared of. I’m looking forward to all the adventures I’m going to go on while I’m here (like zip lining on the longest and fastest track in Europe, eek!). If you’d like to stay updated on my time here, and the other things I get up to on my blog, please like my facebook page, or follow me on Instagram, Twitter or Bloglovin’. X RandomDutchie My god, have I already been here for more than three weeks? I can’t believe that time is passing so quickly. In my second week here Uni started again and I’m now in full-on student mode. Even though I’ve just started I already know that my time here is going to be a whole lot different than what I’m used to back home. One of those differences is the active and social lifestyle that is normal here. I have joined the photography and dance society, which both have meetings at least once a week. We don’t have those tight knitted societies back at home, or at least not ones that are based on a shared interest like photography. Another thing that’s different here is that the beauty of nature keeps astounding me. I’m used to a different kind of beauty, for example I am now surrounded by mountains instead of flat grasslands and I can walk to the pier and look out over the bay instead of only seeing the beach on a nice summer’s day. Bangor is a small city that made me feel at home very quickly, although there’s still enough to explore. Like when me and a friend walked up into the surrounding mountains to look down on Bangor from above and got to enjoy the amazing view of the city and the university. The other day we went to Conwy, a walled city near Bangor and while driving there we had to drive through a flooded part of the road. This isn’t something you’d see in The Netherlands, but apparently that’s not a strange thing to come across in Wales. You know that feeling of anxiety when making a big decision? But then, when you’ve actually done it, you know that you’ve actually made the best decision ever? That’s what I’m feeling right now. I was so scared before, but now that I’m actually here, I can’t even remember what I was so scared of. I’m looking forward to all the adventures I’m going to go on while I’m here (like zip lining on the longest and fastest track in Europe, eek!). If you’d like to stay updated on my time here, and the other things I get up to on my blog, please like my facebook page, or follow me on Instagram, Twitter or Bloglovin’. X RandomDutchie My god, have I already been here for more than three weeks? I can’t believe that time is passing so quickly. In my second week here Uni started again and I’m now in full-on student mode. Even though I’ve just started I already know that my time here is going to be a whole lot different than what I’m used to back home. One of those differences is the active and social lifestyle that is normal here. I have joined the photography and dance society, which both have meetings at least once a week. We don’t have those tight knitted societies back at home, or at least not ones that are based on a shared interest like photography. Another thing that’s different here is that the beauty of nature keeps astounding me. I’m used to a different kind of beauty, for example I am now surrounded by mountains instead of flat grasslands and I can walk to the pier and look out over the bay instead of only seeing the beach on a nice summer’s day. Bangor is a small city that made me feel at home very quickly, although there’s still enough to explore. Like when me and a friend walked up into the surrounding mountains to look down on Bangor from above and got to enjoy the amazing view of the city and the university. The other day we went to Conwy, a walled city near Bangor and while driving there we had to drive through a flooded part of the road. This isn’t something you’d see in The Netherlands, but apparently that’s not a strange thing to come across in Wales. You know that feeling of anxiety when making a big decision? But then, when you’ve actually done it, you know that you’ve actually made the best decision ever? That’s what I’m feeling right now. I was so scared before, but now that I’m actually here, I can’t even remember what I was so scared of. I’m looking forward to all the adventures I’m going to go on while I’m here (like zip lining on the longest and fastest track in Europe, eek!). If you’d like to stay updated on my time here, and the other things I get up to on my blog, please like my facebook page, or follow me on Instagram, Twitter or Bloglovin’. X RandomDutchie My god, have I already been here for more than three weeks? I can’t believe that time is passing so quickly. In my second week here Uni started again and I’m now in full-on student mode. Even though I’ve just started I already know that my time here is going to be a whole lot different than what I’m used to back home. One of those differences is the active and social lifestyle that is normal here. I have joined the photography and dance society, which both have meetings at least once a week. We don’t have those tight knitted societies back at home, or at least not ones that are based on a shared interest like photography. Another thing that’s different here is that the beauty of nature keeps astounding me. I’m used to a different kind of beauty, for example I am now surrounded by mountains instead of flat grasslands and I can walk to the pier and look out over the bay instead of only seeing the beach on a nice summer’s day. Bangor is a small city that made me feel at home very quickly, although there’s still enough to explore. Like when me and a friend walked up into the surrounding mountains to look down on Bangor from above and got to enjoy the amazing view of the city and the university. The other day we went to Conwy, a walled city near Bangor and while driving there we had to drive through a flooded part of the road. This isn’t something you’d see in The Netherlands, but apparently that’s not a strange thing to come across in Wales. You know that feeling of anxiety when making a big decision? But then, when you’ve actually done it, you know that you’ve actually made the best decision ever? That’s what I’m feeling right now. I was so scared before, but now that I’m actually here, I can’t even remember what I was so scared of. I’m looking forward to all the adventures I’m going to go on while I’m here (like zip lining on the longest and fastest track in Europe, eek!). If you’d like to stay updated on my time here, and the other things I get up to on my blog, please like my facebook page, or follow me on Instagram, Twitter or Bloglovin’. X RandomDutchie My god, have I already been here for more than three weeks? I can’t believe that time is passing so quickly. In my second week here Uni started again and I’m now in full-on student mode. Even though I’ve just started I already know that my time here is going to be a whole lot different than what I’m used to back home. One of those differences is the active and social lifestyle that is normal here. I have joined the photography and dance society, which both have meetings at least once a week. We don’t have those tight knitted societies back at home, or at least not ones that are based on a shared interest like photography. Another thing that’s different here is that the beauty of nature keeps astounding me. I’m used to a different kind of beauty, for example I am now surrounded by mountains instead of flat grasslands and I can walk to the pier and look out over the bay instead of only seeing the beach on a nice summer’s day. Bangor is a small city that made me feel at home very quickly, although there’s still enough to explore. Like when me and a friend walked up into the surrounding mountains to look down on Bangor from above and got to enjoy the amazing view of the city and the university. The other day we went to Conwy, a walled city near Bangor and while driving there we had to drive through a flooded part of the road. This isn’t something you’d see in The Netherlands, but apparently that’s not a strange thing to come across in Wales. You know that feeling of anxiety when making a big decision? But then, when you’ve actually done it, you know that you’ve actually made the best decision ever? That’s what I’m feeling right now. I was so scared before, but now that I’m actually here, I can’t even remember what I was so scared of. I’m looking forward to all the adventures I’m going to go on while I’m here (like zip lining on the longest and fastest track in Europe, eek!). If you’d like to stay updated on my time here, and the other things I get up to on my blog, please like my facebook page, or follow me on Instagram, Twitter or Bloglovin’. X RandomDutchie

After visiting the city of Conwy and it’s castle we went out to get some tea and scones.

My god, have I already been here for more than three weeks? I can’t believe that time is passing so quickly. In my second week here Uni started again and I’m now in full-on student mode. Even though I’ve just started I already know that my time here is going to be a whole lot different than what I’m used to back home. One of those differences is the active and social lifestyle that is normal here. I have joined the photography and dance society, which both have meetings at least once a week. We don’t have those tight knitted societies back at home, or at least not ones that are based on a shared interest like photography. Another thing that’s different here is that the beauty of nature keeps astounding me. I’m used to a different kind of beauty, for example I am now surrounded by mountains instead of flat grasslands and I can walk to the pier and look out over the bay instead of only seeing the beach on a nice summer’s day. Bangor is a small city that made me feel at home very quickly, although there’s still enough to explore. Like when me and a friend walked up into the surrounding mountains to look down on Bangor from above and got to enjoy the amazing view of the city and the university. The other day we went to Conwy, a walled city near Bangor and while driving there we had to drive through a flooded part of the road. This isn’t something you’d see in The Netherlands, but apparently that’s not a strange thing to come across in Wales. You know that feeling of anxiety when making a big decision? But then, when you’ve actually done it, you know that you’ve actually made the best decision ever? That’s what I’m feeling right now. I was so scared before, but now that I’m actually here, I can’t even remember what I was so scared of. I’m looking forward to all the adventures I’m going to go on while I’m here (like zip lining on the longest and fastest track in Europe, eek!). If you’d like to stay updated on my time here, and the other things I get up to on my blog, please like my facebook page, or follow me on Instagram, Twitter or Bloglovin’. X RandomDutchie

You know that feeling of anxiety when making a big decision? But then, when you’ve actually done it, you know that you’ve actually made the best decision ever? That’s what I’m feeling right now. I was so scared before, but now that I’m actually here, I can’t even remember what I was so scared of. I’m looking forward to all the adventures I’m going to go on while I’m here (like zip lining on the longest and fastest track in Europe, eek!).

My god, have I already been here for more than three weeks? I can’t believe that time is passing so quickly. In my second week here Uni started again and I’m now in full-on student mode. Even though I’ve just started I already know that my time here is going to be a whole lot different than what I’m used to back home. One of those differences is the active and social lifestyle that is normal here. I have joined the photography and dance society, which both have meetings at least once a week. We don’t have those tight knitted societies back at home, or at least not ones that are based on a shared interest like photography. Another thing that’s different here is that the beauty of nature keeps astounding me. I’m used to a different kind of beauty, for example I am now surrounded by mountains instead of flat grasslands and I can walk to the pier and look out over the bay instead of only seeing the beach on a nice summer’s day. Bangor is a small city that made me feel at home very quickly, although there’s still enough to explore. Like when me and a friend walked up into the surrounding mountains to look down on Bangor from above and got to enjoy the amazing view of the city and the university. The other day we went to Conwy, a walled city near Bangor and while driving there we had to drive through a flooded part of the road. This isn’t something you’d see in The Netherlands, but apparently that’s not a strange thing to come across in Wales. You know that feeling of anxiety when making a big decision? But then, when you’ve actually done it, you know that you’ve actually made the best decision ever? That’s what I’m feeling right now. I was so scared before, but now that I’m actually here, I can’t even remember what I was so scared of. I’m looking forward to all the adventures I’m going to go on while I’m here (like zip lining on the longest and fastest track in Europe, eek!). If you’d like to stay updated on my time here, and the other things I get up to on my blog, please like my facebook page, or follow me on Instagram, Twitter or Bloglovin’. X RandomDutchie
How could I not be content here with this view from my window?

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