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We awoke this morning to bright sunshine streaming in our windows. Looking out it was hard to distinguish the scene from a typical Gold Coast day...but I knew the wind blowing here was not warm - instead it was icy. We were really lucky though, with such beautiful sunshine as we planned to sight see and walk along the promenade as well as out onto the Brighton Pier.
First point of call though was breakfast at Wai kika moo kau. We had a vegan English and pancakes with ...
... departure lounge I'd love to know, because at 4 am on Sunday morning, when you're exhausted, it seems bizarre. A sign of how tired I was: I would have left my laptop on the security slider thing if Lil Sis hadn't picked it up for me.
And as for getting back to the gate quickly, we had time to get some water, spend our last dirhams (or is the plural still dirham?), take a refreshment break, phone home and still be waiting at ...
... country that was in opposite motion to the rest of the continent,which could be a kind of forerunner to those countries I still would like to visit,all of which lie mostly in the third world zone. I suppose this could lead to another interesting set of stories! I will have to see though if I still have the desire to continue, although it would have to take an awfully big reason for me not to do so!
All this painstaking planning was incredibly enjoyable but it ...
... cancelled. Organising cat homes- which didn't go too well as one cat found it's way home the first day my mum let it out. Defrosting freezers. Selling Spencer's car- it was decided we didn't need 2 anymore, now that I wasn't at Uni. Selling my beloved bugaboo pushchair- there was no way we were taking it with me, and Ru will be 18 months when we return. How much longer would he need it? We stopped using a buggy with Millie when she was 2. Buying a cheap stroller. Forcing Ru ...
... the eye is red. When I had heard of people with detached retina I always thought it was just a case of a quick lazer treatment and life continued the next day. Perhaps for some people this is so but my poor eye has had a major assault by cameras, lights, guillotines ( to cut out the vitreous fluid) freezing and lazar. Then all filled with gas to hold everything in place until it heals. It takes about ten days for the reattachment to happen and six to eight weeks for the gas to be ...