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... for over 20 minutes.
The next leg was the 6880 km to Brunei, which took about 8 hours, arriving at about 5.30 pm on Sunday evening (8.30 pm home time). You already know my thoughts on this airport. It's still being refurbished. I'll say no more.
And now it's time to get on the plane for the last international leg of our trip, to Melbourne. We'll be arriving shortly before 6 am on Monday. Then we'll nearly be home!
... weight helped it roll along and I was super tempted to just take it with me. decided not to as I was looking after a police detective who investigates murder's home.
they gave me an old combo lock to chain it up whenever I took it out. of course, when I had a pack full of food and was desperate to get going before my ice cream melted, the numbers crumbled off while trying to unlock it. faced with having ...
... routine immediately. Has anything changed? I often think not. Sometimes it feels like we have never been, I'm struggling to hang on to the memories, the evocative smells and sights and sounds. But then I watch Millie, who is suddenly confident and not shy at all and I think good came of it. She is much more affectionate towards me, like she has genuinely appreciated the time spent just us. She is full of attitude, which is demanding on ...
... to a supermarket to get snacks and a drink so I could have a picnic by the ocean whilst waiting for my train.
I stayed Sunday night at a hostel in central London as I had booked at the last minute a five day tour of Wales that departed from Victoria early Monday morning.
Since parting with Bridget, I'm not able to upload photos from my smaller camera so there are only a few pictures I can show you at the moment from my trip to Brighton. Stay tuned for my Welsh adventures.
... Market while she went to the post office. The produce and meats looked amazing! We were both sorry that we didn't have a kitchen to cook in! We had a great time meandering and browsing the flea market items.
I found a store in which I loved every single item, alas everything I touched was a minimum of fifty pounds, so I just admired. Starr found us and led us to the Sausage Co. Brighton has a tradition for excellent Sausage rolls, so we had to try them. They had ...