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... be quite a lot" (Dr Seuss- oh the places you'll go!) There is truth in this, I believe, whether you're traveling overseas or back home, Like it or not there's time when you will be alone. This isn't a bad thing, I don't think. And being alone, and being lonely are not the same thing. You can be alone and not feel lonely, or you can be surrounded by people and feel alone if they're the wrong people. I know that I have people who love and ...
... was a great way to relax after being traumatized!
Tuesday, October 22nd
Harriet, Sarah and I bought bus trip tickets to see life outside Edinburgh. Our tour guide was amazing and so friendly. He was very personable and talked to each tourist to find out their story and where they were from.
We drove through The Highlands and Glencoe, which was the setting of the quidditch scenes ...
... against him.
Wing Chun teaches other techniques as well, such as punching, kicking, and a few grappling holds. It doesn't teach much grappling though, as most of the techniques use force against force through throwing and striking. The strikes that are taught with this martial art are very fast, and aimed at vital areas on the body of the opponent.
A majority of the most vital areas on the human body are found along the center line, the very area ...
To get from Koh Tao to Koh Phi Phi involved an 8hour night boat, a 4 hour bus and another 2hour boat!! Unfortunately this ended up taking 21hours!!!! Luckily before this boat trip I had a sea sickness tablet however it was pretty horrific Lois who is scared of rocky boats made the journey eventful! So after 21hours we arrived to knee deep floods, Koh Phi Phi has no roads so we had to find our way to our hostel in the ...
... out in chalk, which is the underlying rock on the ridge. It was first done in the mid 1600's as locals thought the ridge was the sight of a Saxon victory over the invading Danes. There are numerous white horses scattered around WItshire at other sites all thought to be celebrating these victories. At the top of the ridge are the remains of an Iron Age fort. Not surprising that they built one up here with the commanding outlook over the countryside. The horse ...