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8. Go to Barbados/Bahamas/Bali
9. Visit Bondi beach
10. Cinema with dinner
11. Jazz show with dinner
12. Eat in a Michelin star restaurant
13. Learn to meditate
14. Be a Size 10 ✅ (I made it to a size 8 with lots of help from my bootcamp group and from a low carb diet – see photos below!)
15. See northern lights
16. Visit an ice hotel
17. Learn to cook Thai ...
We leave tomorrow. The preparations (which can be broadly categorised as wedding, work, and travel related) have been almost all consuming. As for the wedding, Dorette has been heroic and I'm looking forward to it with excitement and trepidation in equal measure. I'll save the rest of what I have to say for the day itself, as is only right. As for work, I am being retained by my firm as a remote consultant and I'm ...
... I ended up eating at a pub in the small area for lunch & then we walked the rock beach to the water where the children & some adults ended up throwing rocks in. Because of the drop off close to where the water edge was, we knew this was not water that you wade in at all. The children had fun finding shells among the rocks & then we hiked back to the station so we could catch then next train. We decided that we ...
... we head, past little sailboats pulled up out of the water and families splashing in the water. The beach is pretty but all pebbles and shells rather than sand so not the most comfortable seaside experience. Cute little pubs and pop-up oyster stalls dot the paths, alongside the more established oyster restaurants.
As we wander on in the roasting midday heat, we leave most of the tourists behind and pass private beach huts, many of which are open revealing their ...
... at a small cafe that serves delicious organic food. Had a sandwich and a cup of coffee. The returned home via the grocery store to do a bit more work.
At 5pm, we left for Canterbury. It was a nice evening for a drive: fluffy pink clouds and the golden hour on the fields. There was a fair amount of traffic at first but this did not last too long. We arrived Canterbury at 6:30pm, just as planned. We dined at Wagamama (nummers) then went ...