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Here were are at the departure lounge of Heathrow's Terminal 4. We have an hour before boarding so as always, I am happy to sit here and watch the people of this world go about their airport business.
I didn't sleep well last night, given I have been planning this trip for the last year, that was not surprising but it already feels like tea time and it's not even lunchtime.
The day started with Lee being 10 minutes late. Again, this is not ...
Swansea is now a favourite town of mine because of one thing: the beach. It was absolutely gorgeous and ran on for miles. When we arrived (after we had visited the Marine Museum) the tide was fully out so we got to walk amongst the tidepools. Not as much sea life as I would have expected, but it felt wonderful to be by the ocean again. There was also a suprising lack of seaweed. Even ...
Bye bye everyone, hasta la proxima! But before that, mummy has drained the car battery! So we're waiting for Doug to bring the jump leads as ours are locked in the van and we don't have the keys... Sigh, well it is officially our first bit Of adventure. Come on Doug! We re now ...
I seriously LOVE it here! My housemates are amazing - we have become really close within the last week too! There are five of us in this house - here's a little bit about each of them: Annelyn is so sweet and so funny! She's a lot of fun to hang out with and we have the greatest time just laughing about nothing. I just found out we have the same birthday too!! So on February 9th, we're going to have a big celebration here at the house. Ifan is from ...
... here is my village", what we saw was like a scene from Slumdog Millionaire, a ramshackle mix of make do buildings put together with bamboo and taurpaulin. We asked what this place was called , she said " beggar village", I said you should call it happy village which she liked. We passed a few " buildings" before entering her home, I asked if we should take our shoes off and she said no. Inside was a bed of sorts, a kitchen area, a small shrine with ...