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... kitten and the puppy in the tattoo shop. Meeting our favourites: Jesus! Captain America! And our little Canadian boxer, Curtis. A seed falling from a tree and hitting Paige on the head. Eating scorpions and maggots. Lady boys: Annie from Bangkok, the girls from Chiang Mai and the dancing one from Krabi. Throwing our messages in bottles off the boat. Tash going mad and banging on the walls to shut up the ...
... for a few hours sleep to hopefully save myself.
We all had a little nap and woke up again about 7.30 pm and decided to do the London eye, Zarah was keen to do it at this time of the day to see the city as the sun went down the all the lights came on…..definitely a good option. We walked back out to the centre and purchased some fast track tickets for the eye, $20 more but worth every cent! The line up for the eye is always a mile long. But with the fast ...
... all quickly changed into swimming gear and jumped or dove off the boat for a swim. Two Austrians dove from the top of the boat. I chose to jump from the deck, which was about 8 feet to the water. We motored away from Vis for our next island, because of a forecast of high winds. The original plan was to stay overnight at Vis. The ride to Korcula was a bit bumpy. Betsy and I sat at the bow for a time enjoying the view, the ride and the sunshine, before cleaning up. The trip to ...
... Laurie picked us up and we began heading north towards East Grinstead. On the way they had planned to treat me to an exquisite High Tea at Gravetye Manor.
Driving along medium-sized roads, I was terribly impressed by the red reflectors embedded at the edge of the road showing the outside edge like little lights. At exits or turnings the reflectors were green. Very clear in rainy weather. But soon we were off the medium-sized roads and winding ...
... guide lines. I have pretty much travelled by these anyway only this time I'm making a note of them, mainly to remind myself.
- Follow my gut instinct
- Stay flexible, adapt to changing plans.
- Push myself out of my comfort zone.
- If I'm not enjoying myself move on.
Let the adventure begin!