So what more can I say..
Apart from the odd buss tour, most of our time was spent either in the most insane lectures, or partying, there was no in-between really..
One thing that really struck me though from the other universities is just how many pretty girls study architecture. I would never have believed it if I hadn't seen it for myself, but its true! I think I need to move to PE/Cape Town/Pretoria!
Enough of that.
We had most of our lectures in this building:
Which is around a massive green quad on the Tuks main campus.
I would never have thought it, but Pretoria is actually a whole lot greener than Durban, and its not just the Jacaranda trees..
The architecture building (Boukunde) is also super cool. A whole lot more inspiring than the mass of yellow brick work and cavernous dungeon lecture halls that is the Denis Shepston Building at Howard College.
Mornings were a somber affair of hung over faces and what can only be described as warm chicory beverages.
Nothing however, could prepare us for the final night: the Des Baker competition.
Held at Freedom Park, and sponsored by the very deep pockets of Murray & Roberts, this was one hell of an event! The competition is held every year and submissions are invited from the third year classes of each school. It's one of the most prestigious student competitions of the year, and a matter of major rivalries. This year however, it would not be UCT, TUT, TUKS, UJ, NNMU or any of the other universities who took the prize, and as tention built, the winners were finaly anounced..