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... of the park is that there is a tree called the Pacifier Tree where toddlers go when they turn 3 to hang up their pacifier, to symbolize the beginning of a new stage of life. I thought it was quite a cool tradition! Our last stop of the day was to go see a movie that was being presented as part of the Copenhagen film festival that is currently taking place. It was a Spanish thriller movie with English subtitles and unlike anything I had ever seen before. There was quite ...
... ended with a smile. Arguments are diffused with
a smile. Scammers smile when they are rumbled by backpackers. Some things are
just not worth getting worked up over. Rather, we should smile at such things.
10. Places are great, but people
I'm very fortunate that I got to
see some amazing things and visit incredible places. Seeing the temples of
Angkor, chilling out on some of the most beautiful islands in the world and
eating the ...
Successful journey to my home for the next 9 months! I have been up for 29 hours now (although slept 1 hour on the plane) but my excitement from finally being here is overshadowing my exhaustion!
My plane to Toronto was right on time and I was glad I had extra time because I had to take the little light rail thing to switch terminals and then check my suitcase all over again! Then I had lots of quality time to read my book (already ...
... beat me at the Pirate course in Porirua!
It was pretty late but that stage and we were all peckish so we went into the clubhouse to use their opulent bathrooms (complete with luxurious, branded paper towels) and have some dinner in the restaurant. The prices were far cheaper than we were expecting and the food was tasty. A few Hendrick's to wash it all down just for good measure. There was a group of very sunburnt Germans next to us who had obviously been playing ...
... all the various kings of Scotland and England, Cromwell, the Jacobites etc etc. very complicated and even now you can sense some of those frictions are still present. Next year Scotland is holding a referendum on becoming an independent nation so the story really hasn't ended, just a bit less bloodshed today. On my way out the entry queue had grown to several hundred people, ha ha. I wonder what this place is like in summer? After the castle I tootled ...