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... at work wasn’t as eventful but we did end the evening with a great Indian
feast down Brick Lane with Pilko and Ed. I got a hot curry and they even bought
out a little cheesecake for my birthday, while the restaurant sung to me. As you
know I got Paris from Nick, money for shopping and a trip to Warner Brother
Studios to see Harry Potter world. But I’ll tell you about that one later.
So Nick and I worked all week this week ...
... life was passing by at an exponential rate. This was when Adam (my husband) and I decided we would not have a honeymoon after our wedding. Instead we would save up as much money as possible and see some of the world before settling down. With this we promised ourselves we would try out new things outside our comfort zone, challenge our pre-conceived ideas of ...
... to the pub thrown in for good
measure - there are many good ales and stouts to sample and Mark's doing his
best to get through as many as he can. We've been lucky enough to acquire some
bikes through one of Mark's work colleagues, so we've been using those on an
irregular basis and have gotten into doing some on-line yoga classes in the evenings.
We spent Christmas with Mark's family, which was really nice, and had a day out
in Oxford over that time too. ...
So many wonderful places to go walking.
England is old from an antipodean point of view - nothing is actually in its 'natural' state - everything has been shaped and moulded by people over the centuries.
As here, trees obviously planted in long groves, hundreds of years ago. Amazing ...
... where we will be for a little while, although, Mr Michelin has already been spotted and there are already plans afoot ...
“Travel is like love, mostly because it’s a heightened state of awareness, in which we are mindful, receptive, undimmed by familiarity and ready to be transformed. That is why the best trips, like the best love affairs, never really end.” — Pico Iyer