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... The first month has been planned going from Poland through to Hong Kong but after that is a mystery with no time limit of going back. I sit here nervous wondering if travelling solo is a good idea through countries like Russia and China and to be honest it still hasn't sank in that I'm going. It actually feels that I'm going to be heading back to my house ...
Monday 2nd Feb This is our first adventure into the unknown, something everybody should do before they're 100! It all started with a casual glance in a Travel Agent's window by Jennifer last year. Packing now complete and 'checked in' on line we're ready for the off tomorrow - stay ...
A cold snap here and the forecast for my trip looks to be a week of top temperatures -1 and lows of -22 degC.... Wow that'll be interesting.. Bought some necessary stuff today, thermals and boots.... Had an afternoon investigating Boston, Washington and Brooklyn for a trip.. Settled on Brooklyn and looks like some interesting things to ...
Well I have been back for over a week now. This extraordinary experience is beginning to fade now I am in this new chapter.
I am so grateful and humbled by the whole experience. As I spend Christmas with cherished friends and dear family, I realise just how lucky I am.
The support I have had from really wonderful people who are kind and caring also humbles me. This entry is for them to say a huge THANK YOU.
HAPPY CHRISTMAS EVERYONE.
SEE YOU NEXT TIME.....;)
... coast. This is the narrowest neck of the British Isles and, either by design or convenience, has historically been the line that divided the English from the Scots.
At every mile along the wall a residential section was built, known appropriately as a “Milecastle;” designed to house up to 64 soldiers with barracks, kitchen, stables and common area. At the midpoint between each milecastle, a raised redoubt was built atop the wall to provide ...