Exeter is my home far away from home. It’s a peaceful city where I literally know everyone; random people smile at me when I walk past them and encounter them at shops. I get a daily ‘hiya’ from people I know, and from complete strangers whenever I walk around town or on my morning runs at Belmont Park; it feels just like being at home. My house is only a 5-minute walk to the St Luke’s Campus and in a quarter of a mile there is a supermarket called Waitrose, selling all quality British foods. There are also two pubs, called The Globe Inn and The Clifton Inn, where I socialise with friends and chat to the regulars.