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... thing for me, Rachael was still looking for the right man as well. She had told me early on that one day she would like to get married, but not too young and when she was ready.
We had been together for the best part of 6 years when a major life decision presented itself. A dream of Rachael’s was to take 6 months off and travel the world. To accomplish ...
... in, we headed towards Palentine Hill. All throughout the city, you see just mounds of stone here and there, a reminder of a thriving society thousands of years ago. Palentine Hill and the Roman Forum are the most preserved areas, but it's still hard to imagine how great the city was so many years ago.
After our stroll throughout the various ruins, we headed to the Campo de'Fiori for some shopping! Along the way, we ...
... to meet the school. My first impression of the metro was not the greatest; as the train pulled up I don't think there was an inch on it that wasn't covered in graffiti. Mix that with people shoving their way in, crammed shoulder to shoulder and it doesn't make for the most pleasant experience. At our metro stop it was then a fifteen minute walk to the hotel in a light rain. For some reason, Cole decided to sing "let it rain" to which the skies replied with a downpour. ...
We got a good nights sleep, the next day we went horse riding. That was a very good group activity as well. Lunch was good again, as expected. After lunch we went to explore the Colosseum all afternoon,it was huge. Dinner was absolutely amazing, we had dessert this time, and it was great. Italian ice-cream, called Gelato, is absolutely fabulous.
... is in Greece, you aren't allowed to flush toilet paper, you have to throw it in a bin after use... A little bit dirty :/ The rooms are a little squishy. I was stuck with the top bunk which folded out from the wall. I shortly realized I had no ladder to get up with... Umm wtf?? But the ladders were detachable and sitting next to the cupboard, phew!! We got settled and then met ...