One of the most important phrases you memorise (memorize) in a foreign language is, "Where is the restroom?" British English is no exception, but instead of restroom or bathroom, it's the toilet [cringe], loo, water closet, WC, lavatory, gents, ladies... To clarify, the toilet (British English) is the room that houses the toilet (American English). I personally defaulted to "loo".
In the loo loo skip to my loo:
1. There are typically two flush options: One for numero uno (to reduce amount of wate...
Grad school beckons me across the pond and soon, I will be nose-deep in studying all-things hydrology and water resources management. Pray for me. Till then, I thought I'd do a little traveling and extend my summer holiday with a 4-day foray into Dubrovnik.
Its beautiful views of Old Town and the Adriatic Sea from the City Wall is worth a prolonged moment to be still and to bask in. The water is a gorgeous blue, great for a swim in early September but very salty (wear goggles).