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... I have connected with fellow travellers to the level where it feels like we have been friends for years! While constantly saying goodbye to friends you make can be extremely hard, knowing that you may perhaps run into them again in another city or even realising that fact you know people from all over the world counterbalances this feeling.
So in saying this I actually extended my initial travel plans by 5 weeks so I could spend more time traveling around the UK catching up ...
... an extra end after the scores were peeled 17-17 after the regulation 18 ends.
A coin was then tossed and SA chose to put England on the mat so they’d have the last bowl but as things turned out Piketh didn’t need to play because Botha was holding three and then Melmore missed her final shot.
... proud of actually, but there's a lot more to this trip for me. It's a sabbatical in some ways and an opportunity for me to experience as many things as I can in Brazil, Colombia and Mexico. I'm not going away to 'find myself'. Don't worry. I'll try to update this blog as much as I can. There may be the odd omission or exaggerated anecdote. I may even tell blatant lies! You'll just have to trust me won't ...
... a bit but the plane was so much smaller than normal. It was fine though. When we touched down in Barcelona it was around 8pm and we were all expecting warm air and paradise. Well, it was quite cold and windy but we were happy to be there. I also didn't have my 3G service and it cost extra to call and text so that was a downer but we luckily had wifi in the apartment.
Read my next post coming shortly to find out about the wild times in ...
... buildings look like early features.
Lanark was a market town and my host told me that “Bull’s Close” which I saw, was where the cattle were brought through on their way to the market in the lower part of the town. The early church is unusual. It is dominated by a tower with a statue of William Wallace, the Scottish patriot who is supposed to have lived here. I mistook it for the Town Hall, but later saw the stained glass windows down the side. ...