Travel Blogs from Bedford
... my Grandfather was born in London, Russ will be able be able to apply as my spouse. BUT we have to go home to Australia to apply. They do the hard work for us, so it is done right, so it should be worth it. We continued our trip, made it to the Caravan Club site, but it was full. Last time we tried to find a home in Cambridge we had similar trouble, a popular area. Out with our books and we found a private ...
... br> obviously in some very bad ways, but I think also in some positive ways, on
reflection. I’ve always been pragmatic, a realist, but losing someone really
can give one a massive slap into the realisation that life is immeasurably
short and therefore, live it! That’s what I’m doing, and plan to keep on doing.
Anyway, not to get too melancholy…the day after ...
... had got sufficient anti-freeze in the system today so took the opportunity to drain it down and replace with a 2/3:1/3 mix antifreeze:water.
Spares boxes seem to be at a minimum on this trip - I am relying on European cooperation and delivery systems in the event of a major issue - but there place seems to have been taken up by clothes!
Whereas on the Europe/Asia journey we had a second fuel ...
... in pregnancy).
It was really cool though.
But that is my day. Tomorrow I am going to post on YouTube not on here. Just for a change.
It is going to mainly cover my travels and McFly, so if you have read those entries, it may not be any more enlightening to watch but feel free to anyway!
YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/user/lisaajane01 ...
... stroll down along the river too.
-I had a lovely dinner with two girls I met in the Disney shop! Yes, I went to the Disney shop. They were from Germany and were so so nice :)
-I went to see a circus museum, which was rather disappointing, but from that heard about AFUK! A circus school in central Copenhagen which is super cheap to attend and has the most awesome training area. The people there are so nice too, they accepted me as part of the school with ...