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... though! Good job I'm not one to moan.
Then finish packing, check out, leave the cases and head off in the shuttle bus to the centre of town. We so enjoyed the red route yesterday that we were eager to get on with the blue route. The whole idea of course is that you hop off when you get to an interesting stop & then hop back on again and continue. The blue route around Kowloon was so interesting we didn't do any hopping at all, neither on nor off. ...
... the start of my trip, but one I hadn't had the chance to see yet. It was so kind of them to take me, because I am sure they had stuff to do and it was very much a whole-day trip. We left mid-morning, after a call to the railway station in a bid to find my favourite beanie which fell out of my bag on the way off the train. I hope I get it back, but I will somehow survive if I don't. It was about an hour's drive to ...
... everything for my next journey! I put most of what I needed for Tanzania in bags before I left for Turkey, so with the exception of hunting down my lost travel pillow, packing was pretty straightforward. I even managed to catch up on the first episode of MiC NYC before leaving! At 11.30pm my brother kindly offered to drive me to Parker's Piece in Cambridge to get on a National Express coach to Heathrow. We arrived about 20 minutes early which meant I had a while sitting with my bags ...
... and find yourself in an alien environment, it often feels like how I would imagine a toddler must feel in the garden, finding wonder in everything that is new to you- from putting your hands in mud for the first time, to seeing your first snail. I have often felt like the children in the Narnia books, stepping out of the cupboard that is England into a world of endless beauty and wonder: where glaciers can bulldoze through mountains; deserts can get trapped in ...
... are some dates where we want to be.
8th may 2013: Beijing
1st July 2013: Cambodia
1st September 2013: Fiji
20th December 2013: Cuzco (Peru)
1st March 2014: South Africa.
1st July 2014: Italy.
It seems like we’re not going to avoid the rainy seasons in a few countries. C’est la vie!