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I leave in about 3 weeks to go to Colombia to visit family and then will be starting my program in Bogota with International Volunteer HQ where I have chosen to work in childcare, on march 15th! I'm so excited but definitely very nervous about not knowing enough Spanish yet. I have been so busy trying to get everything ready and I have the biggest to do list but I'm hoping everything will just fall into ...
... locked case when we fly to Mexico. A bit of a pain, but better to be safe than sorry! Mum and Dads suitcases and additional carry bags are now choccas. Thankfully our loads are lightened a little hehe.
At 4.30 we boarded a ferry at Queens Quay for a 10 minute journey to the Centre Island. While we waited fo4 the ferry we saw a man walking his big ass lizard in the park on a lead. All the Asians were surrounding it for a photo. Because we had ...
... my bed. I give her the eye. Like I’m going there? She knows better by now. As soon as she hits the pillow, I’m there. Circle, circle…..nah. This spot is not close enough to her face. I need to be right by her head, preferably with my hindquarters pointing toward her nose. Yeah, that’s better! I’m good for the night now!
... we were always smiling, giggling and ready for our next adventure. His party enjoyed watching us and wondering what we were going to be up to next. I was so happy to be sharing the experience with my sister Janis, it made it that much more special. We had such a good time together and tried to keep each other out of trouble ( I don't know if that worked too well ) (brackets for you Janis ) I do hope I will be able to visit South Africa again and have many more ...
... town of Harlow. I feel a familiarity with him from childhood as this is somewhere I used to go to often with my Mum shopping. There is also a Henry Moore statue at Jenny’s uni, the University of East Anglia.
After exploring the Art Gallery, we headed to Chinatown where we had a very tasty and cheap dinner.
The following day and the BIG highlight of our trip going to the top of the CN Tower. The CN Tower is 553 meters high to ...