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Travel Blogs from Dover
... revolves mainly around travelling and I might have been slightly ambitious! Oh well! Here is the list and also what I have completed already.
Things to do before 30 (4 done… 26 to go!)
1. Fitness retreat
2. Do volunteer work
3. Live in Australia
4. See Great Barrier Reef
5. Go to a Comedy club
6. Boob job ✅ (had a reduction done in April and couldn’t be happier!)
7. Go to New York ✅ (spent one ...
... opportunity. I believe that remote working will become commonplace in the next 50 years and that we're just moving with the times. I hope it works, but If doesn't it will be a lesson learned, which is no bad thing. I've also been accepted onto a Masters Degree in Medical Physics at UCL (by distance learning). I'm passionate about physics and applications in medicine will give me an opportunity to try something ...
... too spicy. Made an enormous fuss over it and then decided it was quite nice. Had a walk up to the shop and bought ice creams while Hank finished off blowing up the tent beds. Belly was a cheeky monkey not going to sleep (at 10!) and Ben couldn't have gone much before half past, in the end we went to bed together and had sleepy cuddles. Gonna make for an interesting (early) ...
... go for a walk. We need to find a phone store to get a SIM card for England. We have been doing this throughout our trip. Every country we buy a new SIM card for the phone for about 20 Euros or less and get 200-300 minutes free. So the same for England. We head down a little path way called Barton River walk. This was very quiet, with a little river and crystal clear water. There were ducks and trout and just cute as can be. We came back and found a place for dinner. ...
... to the port.
Funny, but I didn't recognise any of it.
Anyhow, Lisa was keen to find a loo, and we both needed a coffee, so the extra hour we had until our ferry sailed would be perfect.
The sign on the window said the next sailing was 1605.
Rolling up to the terminal, we handed over the passports and the ferry ticket.
The nice young man glanced at them, and then gave us a rather patronising ...