Thursday was a very long day of classes: Lecture on water security 9-11, seminar on interviewing techniques 11-1, reading for class, meeting at 2, and a double seminar 3-6:30 (we watched and had discussion sessions on two different films). Needless to say, I was ready for a bit of a break. Other students and I had made a vague plan to go hang out in the Grad Bar after class, but by the time everything was done, we were super hungry. So after much back and forth, hemming and hawing, splitting up and regrouping, we ended up at a pub right by my house that is also a Thai restaurant.
It is not as good as Thai Princess. But it was pretty good. And given that one of our movies took place on the Mekong River in Thailand and its neighbors, I was definitely in the mood for Thai.
This afternoon, we're touring the Wastewater Treatment Plant in Norwich. Time to go hang out with the sewage! One "fun" thing to do - track where your flushes go at http://flushtracker.com/. You can watch your flush travel to local treatment areas, essentially in real time.