bryanston greek campWatch
what was it like?
plz do tell
Aside from the academic, we were afforded full use of Bryanston School's excellent sports facilities, a daily bus into Blandford, and fairly-good food.
Socially, I found everyone in my house friendly and I have met up with several of the people on it since then, and have been in contact via MSN with a few more. The bar was open every night 9pm to 10.30, and a lot of people went to it most nights, which was very jolly. They didn't worry about people being underage either. And there was a rather drunken fancy-dress party on the Saturday night. It was really good to meet informally with so many other classicists of my own age -- there are only three people in my year doing Greek in my school so we feel like a bit of an endangered species.
Go for it, it was definitely worth it for me. If you have any specific questions ask here or PM me.... *~Sarah~* on this board was at Bryanston too (although I didn't knowingly meet her there) so she may post here also.
The sports facilities are pretty good as well, with a large badminton hall, swimming pool, and quite a lot of squash courts...
Yes the omelette bar was good, by the end of it I was cheeky enough to go to the omelette bar after getting the best stuff from the main food place Plus the best bits of salad as well....
they even did a BBQ for us on the last day there, unfortunately it was raining so we had it indoors, but twas still delicious
what was the village like? i never got to go down there