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Old Memories In Dundee University, Scotland

Saturday, 4th day in Aberdeen... Aaron has finished his two weeks course in his company and it is time for us to start "touring" other parts of Scotland... we have a week to go round other parts of the cities besides Aberdeen and the first one to start off is Dundee, an hour and half from where we were staying...
I have been to Dundee before but that was almost thirty years ago!  I couldn't remember much of it at all actually... but I guess there is nothing much 
Upon reaching Dundee, the clock tower "greeted" us ...
It was super cold as usual....
Walking along the street, we managed to find what we were looking for... 
Dundee University!
This university holds some sweet memories...  
My brother graduated from this Uni in the 1980s...
Division of Engineering.... 
We took these campus pictures to bring back old memories...
Main entrance...
Chaplaincy Centre...
In front of the administration office...
Coincidentally it was an open day...
Some parents were there with their kids listening to a briefing...
And "someone" is still undecided.... hmmmm....

Comments

  1. I love the UK. Nice old buildings like Wellington, clean...and I would love the cold too!!! LOL!!!

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  2. i wish i can travel to UK one day too! :D

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  3. Great all round views of the college!!! I am guessing it is very popular and a great school!! Would you like him to go here?? Very far away!!

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  4. Nice and beautiful buildings with lovely scenery. Great place to step foot to. Hope you have sweet memories of it.

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  5. that was a nice chilly place to be! i want to be there because here? it hot as hell haha

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  6. that's nice as it brings back fond memories.

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  7. I love your photos! :)

    I only spent 3 days in Scotland during my first Europe trip but didn't go to Dundee...went to the single malt Scotch whiskey distilleries instead.

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  8. LOL chant help laughing at your kau siew photo

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