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... We didn't really clue in that the far end of the Walk, where we started, was the rougher end, often scrambling over slippery boulders in the rain and sea mist. We gave up after the first couple of miles and retreated inland to retrieve our bikes. It was still a worthwhile adventure because the houses and the rocky waterfront were quite spectacular.
We rewarded ourselves with a beer at a 1880 pub, and then back to our Melville Ponds campground, about 10 miles ...
... couldn't help noticing that the toilet paper was as soft as baby alpaca wool (which is even softer than cashmere). I was in heaven.
over the next few days I proceeded to sleep an obscene amount. For the first few days I thought it must just be because my sleep has been all over the place, but by day 5 I was wondering what was wrong. I realised, I am having the same problem with my sleep as I had in Santiago. I can't remember if I mentioned it in a previous blog, ...
Suggestion - If you're ever catching a train out of NY from Penn Station our advice is to grab a red cap (porter) to take your cases. After battling along on our own at Washington Union Station, walking the length of the potholed platform struggling with our cases and looking for our carriage, using a Red Cap was an easy decision ( not forgetting we've now gained a case). In NY they don't tell you what track your train is on until 15 minutes before it departs, and there's ...
... Christmas/trip - after telling her how much I LOVE Yoohoo. The story goes that well, the Fall was hard, and friends said I needed to buy myself something I love to be selfish, and the 1st thing that popped in my head was Yoohoo. yeah. welcome to my mind/life. I even stopped right infront of yoohoos at stopnshop, but I just couldn't - its heavy, need to walk 20 minutes back to my apartment in boston, I'm trying to eat healthier blah blah blah, and I just couldn't be selfish, even in ...
... my martini and we sped to what will be
our home till Friday. I stayed in whilst the others did a snack run to the 7/11
on the corner intending to sleep. However, this is when my martini kicked in…
Stumbling around the apartment alone I tipsily opened every
cupboard door and draw, decided to make the sofa into a bed for Alex and even
rustled up a duvet. Once they got back we all got into pyjamas and huddled onto
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