Tag Archives: Northern Ireland

Smoke, sausages, and exclusion (Rousse)

It was impossible to disguise that I was an middle class English woman, and did not belong in a Northern Irish Protestant working men’s club. However, my hosts were keen for me to witness the atmosphere in the smoke-filled bar, … Continue reading

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A dodgy flight to Dublin (Rousse)

My route home from the funeral in Northern Ireland comprised a flight to Dublin, then a coach ride to the coast, followed by a trip in the QE2 at four miles an hour back across the Irish Sea. The latter … Continue reading

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Assessment extensions and the draw of the Ring of Brodgar (Rousse)

I was so terribly ill that I couldn’t possibly take the Knowledge Management exam. My tutor, Professor BC, was extremely sympathetic (and – most bizarrely – looked super-cool dressed in distressed denim jeans). He granted permission for me to take … Continue reading

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