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... well, more time to have lunch with my parents and relax. I know my parents are a little nervous about this trip, as they have been with any of my trips but they are hiding it well. I don't want to break it to them that I'm the one who is nervous... They have Mali for three months! This sweet little dog looks adorable during normal waking hours, but doesn't always at 5 am when she wants to ...
... ll let you know how the real world feels soon enough. Your envy can slightly
subside now! I’m planning to explore the alien establishment which I think they
call a gym, which is only 5 minutes from my house, and to join societies, but
Anyway, that’s all folks. Thanks for reading this, I’d love
to hear your comments/questions rather than just my dull monologue, so feel
free to comment below! I hope you have a great week.
... and street performers. We stood and watched a guy play woodwind instruments for quite a while as he was really good and the sound was quite unique.
The evening's activity was one that we had been looking forward to since booking the trip and a highlight our of time in Canada. We ate in the 360 Restaurant at the top of the CN tower whilst it rotates around. Until the Burj Khalifa was built in Dubai, it was the tallest building in the ...
... profound way and offer opportunities to smaller nations to gain more self belief that they can succeed by being disciplined, hard working and fearless, virtues that the a calm and cool German team displayed with an unbelievable degree of precision. In another semi final match, the Argentinians overcame a surprisingly passive Dutch team on penalties.
GERMANY AND ARGENTINA ARE ON THEIR WAY TO MARACANA ON SUNDAY, JULY 13 FOR A CHANCE TO BECOME THE CHAMPION OF THE ...
... Checking in at the Ferry Port goes smoothly with time for a cup of coffee. We’re off a very smooth crossing which allows me to nap a bit, read a bit and we’re in Holyhead. Off the ferry on to the waiting train which will whisk me to Salisbury. Well maybe not whisk as it will be almost a seven hour train ride. I’m back in the U.K. for the ninth year kind of melancholy experience traveling alone ...