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Year View| Summary| Highlights| Month View| Friday 22 October 2004 (Day View)
22.10.2004 – Friday 22 October – Very Hot
- • Despite going to bed at a reasonable hour and getting a full seven hours sleep, I didn’t wake when my alarm went off, meaning I missed my lecture. Fortunately, however, I didn’t miss tutoring, which was quite busy and went an hour longer than it was supposed to. After tutoring, I went and wasted some time down in c-block, which always makes me feel intelligent. I then went and watched HMAS Tobruk presenting arms at King George Square, and had dinner at Govinda’s, before heading back to uni for a little while.
- • It is remarkably hot. I don’t like hot nights.