"Got into Dunedin for a most freezing evening yesterday. We woke to a frost this morning and had to water the car windscreen to go to work. That said (ok - complained) it turned into a completely beautiful day.
It was...very strange being back in the biochem department."
The words I had time to write at the beginning of my time in Dunedin, and now I am flying out today at about 1pm. Its been a crazy hell of a week-and-a-half. Mostly completely sublime - catching up with some most loved people again, always fantastic. But - I am exhusted and will expound upon my adventures after I get some sleep up north.
We're up early because today is the last day of Genetics Week - DNA day at the Otago Museum. I have written and designed the paper posters and resources - hopefully I'll remember to snap some pics for proof and for my SciCom portfolio.
Peace out homies.
(Lets test this tablets front-cam! I of course have it in a keyboard case obscuring the better back-facing camera.)