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... my car which is a Holden Astra station wagon thing. The drive to Blandford was about half an hour down narrow country roads. It was a bit foggy but so beautiful with the hedges and rolling country. This town is gorgeous with big old brick buildings. I was starving so I walked down the street and got an omelette and hot chocolate. The hot chocolate was amazing! Was exactly what I felt like. I ...
... 8211; Down Jacket, Hat, Gloves, long sleeve PJ's, Rucksack for walking
Water bottle – a metal one big and small, Photo copy of your passport and visa page, Sleeping bag liner, Passport Photos
Day to day clothes and, walking, around the house, and for town socialising, Tampons, Unlocked mobile phone, Fungal powder
Toiletries – Shampoo, conditioner, block of ...
... hours, waiting for the coach at Heathrow then the 2.5 hour National Express back to Ringwood. It's nice the weather feels so mild so we can acclimatise gently but I definitely can't get used to it being dark so early. Mum picked us up from Ringwood and we're now safely back at home, greeted by a somewhat disappointing level of excitement from Teasel but it's great to see her. And now that's it, the end of ...
Got a call from VSO asking if I would mind switching projects from Baglung to Lamjung, they're similar projects the main difference being that we'll be the second group in the community not the first. Here are some of the detail:
Introduction to the community
Lamjung is a hilly district located in Gandaki zone of Western Development Region (WDR) of Nepal. It is bounded by four districts: Manang on the north, Gorkha on the east, Tanahu on the south ...
... look a little flashy; Bunting, Balloons, posters, a couple of big prizes, lollies, stickers and money buckets.
On the day two of my Mum's friends kindly offered to help out and she and Dad set the stall up ready to go. With in 3 hours I had a text saying she'd made £100!
By the end of the day all the cakes were sold and plenty of prizes were won, making a total of £273, thus reaching my £800 target.