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Almost packed, I think I have everything but not entirely sure yet. I also think my bag is too big :/ 55L +10L Slightly concerned over the amount of loose anti-malarials I'm taking.... Today I'm having my hair cut and seeing the Soham boys for the last time before I ...
... get postcards that my fingers defrosted. It was amazing how surprised the lady behind the counter was when I told her I was Australian. She thought I wad from Oxford. I blame that entirely on Katie! It was a fantastic day, and I am so glad to be able to say that I have been there...and tick that one off the ever-growing list of places I want to go. Lisa xo P.s - got home, cooked banana cake, and sewed...house wife right ...
... shoe laces he was tying had far greater knowledge of the world than he. So what does all this say about this blog? Why am I doing it? What do I expect from others? Few will read it, and yet I always wait expectantly for the comments I do get and love them. There again is my vanity, thinking it has value, when it’s simply my journal and a record of pilgrimage for Debby and I. Something we can reflect on, in drab cold wet afternoons in years to come. Eventually we’ll ...
... very light snack for lunch but there was still daylight, so still a chance to see some more things. I'm glad I did. Around the back of St Paul's is a bust of John Donne, formerly of St Paul's and one of my all time favourite poets. A little further on and I saw a gold statue of St Paul next to a plaque in the ground where his cross stood. (hmmm). A little further around again and I came across a statue of John Wesley. That surprised me, but why not. In amongst all this I ...
... climbed the Harbour Bridge in Sydney, climbed a few small mountains, and so much more. I have no regrets doing all this because it made me feel like I was actually living. I do like my creature comforts but now I know that I am more than capable of doing the extraordinary and do things that terrify me if I ever need to.
Travelling almost seems like a daydream now but I'm so happy I went. Thank you to everyone who was involved in our journey, here's to the next ...