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Travel Blogs from Canterbury
So, level with me here. Have your parents recently informed you, "hey kid, you're not really my offspring and you're actually not even from this country"? Mine neither. We're genetically linked I just have weirdly long legs considering. But essentially what I'm trying to say is I feel as though I just had the brutal awakening that I was born in the …
18. Write a travel blog ✅ (your are reading it!)
19. Visit the outback in Australia
20. Go on a sleeper train
21. Fly first class
22. Stay in a tree house
23. Watch a meteor shower
24. Own a tortoise
25 Do a taster menu
26. Go on the euro star
27. Go on the orient express
28. Get married
29. Bake a cake from scratch
30. Go on a yacht for a night
... of producing and disposing of the things we persuade ourselves we need. I'm also aware that the relative modesty of the belongings we've decided to keep is still totally unattainable for most people. First resolution: I will try to become less materialistic and appreciate what I have. Dorette is determined to use the wedding card to blag our way onto business class. I will be loitering somewhere, sheepishly out of ...
... evil, but for the sake of the example doing it for yourself has [arguably] in more cases than not become a modern day Egyptian hieroglyphic. I digress, should you be with someone who inspires you to be a better you? 110% yeah. But to play Devil’s advocated (hail satan) “a better you” is entirely subjective, so don’t fall into the trap of conforming to someone else’s sketchbook version of a “better you”. I’m not here to ...
... what you believe, it was a rhetorical question, and I believe in carbs. Carbs don't leave you, they forever become a part of your gut, which is close enough to your heart. Only crumbly breads fall apart, like scones, but that's why a diabolical scientist devoted their life to inventing plates so that crumbs fall onto a sanitary surface. And gravitationally speaking things don't ""fall together"" unless there are ...