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Halloween Saturday gave me the best send off down in London Town (if not a little messy) with a night in Roadtrip..... It has been so nice seeing so many amazing friends over the past week to say goodbye and I'm going to miss you all !! Last night I had an amazing steak night with mum and dad and repacked my bag for the 100th time, this time deciding to axe some not so essential essentials (I ...
... but you can never make back lost time’.
On a final note, our decision to pack up our lives in Australia, quit our jobs and embark on this journey was by no means easy. We look back on that decision now, having returned to Australia for the best part of two months as a defining moment in each of our lives. It was the moment we decided to put on careers on hold, what we thought at the time to be most important and take ...
So finally we're off! All feeling slightly weird today as we'd pack up a few belongings for our 8 month trip. Said a final farewell to the flat (as it will be sold whilst we're away) and set off for the great unknown! Most odd to go away with no house keys. As yet we have no home to return to! Big adventure here we come but we're wondering where we will next see our ...
... Sail Croatia to Split) 7days Italy (Venice, Rome, Milan?) 11days Greece (Athens, the islands including Santorini) 9 days This is a 58 day journey all up, allowing for 2 days in lieu if we find somewhere else we love, or if we would like to extend our time in Greece. By this time our rail passes will run out (they are valid for two months only) we will also have used the 15 days travelling between places ...
... I took the Blue Line and Jane and Debbie took the Red Line. Our first stop was the Wellington Arch at Hyde Park Corner. We had to walk under the road to get there through a tunnel they call a "subway." We went into the arch and showed our London Pass and walked the stairs up to the top. We stopped to see exhibits on the way up. The top was disappointing as there weren't any good views. When we got back on the bus and were just past ...