UHeye

Reflections on e-learning and digital resources from a perspective of activities at the University of the Highlands and Islands, Scotland.

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Posts by UHeye

Quite enough…

At the start of a new year, when travel hopes look not much better than most of last year, the Lockdown Luggage Labels continue… Q […]

P is for packing…

P is for Paro (in Bhutan). I have visited this reclusive and wonderful country several times, and it never fails to intrigue me. This is […]

Destination ‘O’

O is for Ocho Rios in Jamaica. Some of you may have seen this location, even if you are not aware you have, because it […]

Second half of the journey

We are now half-way through the alphabet and starting the second leg of our lockdown luggage labels tour. N is for Nepal. I have been […]

New luggage-labels

M is for the Maldives. This archipelago is normally regarded as a rather exclusive destination, especially for honeymooners, but you get a very different perspective […]

Luggage Labels

L is for Lìonal. One thing that this period of constrained travel opportunities has demonstrated is that there are wonderful, beautiful, and exotic locations within […]

The continuing tour…

This is to remind you that these “Lockdown luggage labels” were started by me to reminisce about travel, people and places during these difficult time […]

More luggage labels

J is for Japan. I only visited Japan relatively recently, and both the hospitality and the culture of the people strongly impressed me. I don’t […]

More Lockdown luggage labels

I is for Inverness. There was a period in time when I was across in Inverness with UHI business almost every week. Fortunately, we mostly […]

Lockdown luggage labels – H

H is for the Hagia Sophia, the magnificent mosque in Istanbul. It is indicative of the multiple histories of the region that this building was […]

G is for Greece and Greenland

G is for Greece, and especially the Greek islands where I have spent many idyllic family holidays. G is also for Greenland, (a very different […]

E is for Edinburgh and also for ethiopia

E is for Edinburgh. Our own capital is full of history, culture, and culinary delights. I have favourite locations for all of these activities (and […]

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