Monthly Archives: August 2011

Update

So, I just wanted to clarify yesterday’s post a little, in case anyone didn’t have the energy to read the whole thing, and thought that I was getting at Roz. I wasn’t!!! And she still remains one of the most … Continue reading

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The Trouble with Roz Savage

I first met Roz Savage at the Explore weekend at the Royal Geographical Society in South Kensington, London. She looked like an average Jo really, not too tall, just ordinary height, normal sized arms and legs, some freckles, and a … Continue reading

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Medical School – A Year On!

A Thank You to Three Tough Ladies! I would personally like to dedicate today’s blog to three people who completely changed my life last year: Deborah Markham, a Pediatric heart surgeon, Rose Bland a Renal Scientist and head of pastoral … Continue reading

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In talks with McDonalds Regarding the Black Sea Oceans Project

EEKK!! I haven’t had a chance to blog for a little while, but should try and make it a quick one, as still lots to do! The Twitter site is now up and running, and we have 200 followers so … Continue reading

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Video from our Europe House Kazbegi Clean Up Weekend!

See what we have been up to on the Black Sea Oceans Project over the summer holidays…enjoy!

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Blimey, I think It Must be Time for an Update!

More excuses! As always, I will begin with another apology for not writing for a while, but I have a good excuse this time I think! I have been just too busy setting up the Black Sea ‘Oceans Project’, website … Continue reading

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School Summer Project, School 56, Tbilisi, Georgia

School Summer Project, School 56, Tbilisi, Georgia, a set on Flickr.

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