This week the Summer Course Gang met up with our foreign language lecturer to discuss our trip, and finalise a lot of things.
1. Made passports
2. Bought travel insurance
3. Bought air tickets
4. Plans to buy tickets to various destinations we plan to visit at our mysterious summer trip location 😉
5. Plans to get souvenirs for other participants in the summer course
6. Confirmed our participation through e-mail to course administrators
It’s really happening, isn’t it? I mean, I knew it’s happening even before I got the acceptance letter, but now, it’s like, I can’t go back from this point onwards. Everything is set in stone… or rather, paper. Tickets, insurance, forms… My trip has already started, just not physically.
I’ve got so much left to do! I need to write those posts I promised you guys, I need to change my skin soon (because this one is getting old to me and I want to make it easier on the eye with a brighter-looking skin), I need to prepare my next blogging project, the quizzes… Haha, I’m going to my summer course and the stuff that I need to do are all my blog stuff! 😀 I am really obsessed!
No, really, I’ve got stuff I need to buy to use there… stuff that I was supposed to get on my last shopping trip but did not. 😦 Does anybody have any travelling tips for someone here who hasn’t been out of the country, ever? Sushi told me the bit called compiling emergency numbers, like the Malaysian High Commission in that country, the place where I will be staying etc… very strange concept, collecting numbers of places I don’t know about. Yeah, I know, I’m such a hillbilly!
(You know, I am so dying to tell you where I’m going! D got some literature of the country from his friend who used to work in that country’s tourism board, so I would be very well-equipped in knowledge about the country by the time I step foot there!)
25 people have taken the survey in the previous post, and I suspect that it has reached its peak (but if you haven’t take it, DO IT NOW DAMMIT! I mean, uh, please… 😀 ), so I shall reveal some interesting facts.
1. There are more female survey takers than male.
2. Which explains why there seem to be more female readers than male of bloggerdygook. Or maybe it does indeed reflect the true readership of this blog, but we’d never know since this isn’t compulsory, therefore not conclusive.
3. Most readers are in their twenties. Which might mean that I relate to people my age. V. good to know.
4. My readers are made up of people from very cosmopolitan countries. V. good to have a myriad of readers from around the world, as it suggests to some extent that bloggerdygook has universal content.
5. Most survey takers love to read bloggerdygook often; v. excellent.
6. Most survey takers were fated to come across bloggerdygook through the preordained destiny of random bloghopping.
7. All readers derive positive pleasure from reading bloggerdygook. Amazing!
8. Most readers enjoy reading about the blogger’s personal life. Unbelievable! Who knew I had such a juicy life? Internet reality tv show, here I come! 😀
9. Nobody wanted to say anything bad about bloggerdygook. Except that one old man or lady who complained about the font. Don’t worry, I am changing my skin soon!
10. I could identify 15 people who have taken the survey, the other ten are quite the mystery! Grrr. 😀 No really, thank you for taking the survey, all who did, 🙂
ps. Does anybody notice something new at the sidebar? The one that says bloggerdygook news… (For those interested to view the protected post, start here. 😛 )