Studying abroad at King’s is a daily adventure.
Boots deep in the mud of the Cambridge Canal, we pushed the boat off just as the sun began to rise. It was another 7 a.m. on a weekend and the King’s College London Boat Club was just beginning their first race at a regatta in Cambridge.
While most children outgrow their love for The Chronicles of Narnia or bed time stories about King Arthur, I never did. Instead, I turned from fictional children’s literature to medieval studies.
It is a known fact that Strand Campus is a labyrinth of buildings that connect in places that don’t entirely make sense.