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... the bells peeled out as they did on the day we married. I met the vicar as he raced out of the church doors chasing a cat and went inside remembering the details of our wedding with my grandad walking me down the isle, so nervous that he froze at the entrance!
Inside was a sign to 'Soup'. It was cold so I followed the sign and found myself being greeted by a ...
... it easier to do exactly what he wanted to do, alone.
But he went to Australia.
This lady spoke so highly of her son, and said things that I have heard my mum say. It was like I had finally found someone who liked travelling alone for the precise reasons I did.
I learnt a lot from that bus trip. First, I learnt I need to calm my face down and remember that I ...
... br> -I saw the most incredible scenery I have ever seen! So different from the red plains of Australia that I have come to know and love! This scenery was mountains towering high above, almost protecting the lakes and green landscape between them.
-I re-learnt to swim!
-I had the eye-opening experience of walking through and learning about Dachau concentration camp and the Holocaust. It is something that was very worth doing, because it adds to ...
... Maybe I can wind down after all this madness then??
As a signing off gift from blog post #1, I have posted a picture of my luggage - I was only supposed to have the one big ruck sack and one small - oops! Do you think I have enough stuff?? I'm now off to panic pack the rest of my things, gather all my essentials, and finish off my final bits and pieces. I sense a mad day ahead!
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... I was labouring up a hard climb. Even after that the going eased for a while and the weather was fine. Quite relaxed I rested on a bench on the village green of Alconbury Weston to have a snack and text progress to family. A few miles later came the hardest uphill slog of the day to Grafham Water. This enormous reservoir must be over 2 miles long and the grassy field, picnic area and cafe seemed ideal for my tea and cake stop.