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... and small, shiny mirrors sewn into it, it will be an item purely worn for walking along hot, dusty paths next to the Caribbean beaches in the Yucatan Peninsular) and spent a considerable part of my drive over to see mum this morning trying to recall the Spanish verb for 'think'.
I don't seem to be able to remember any Spanish whatsoever but I am hoping that once back ...
... would all work out. However there are many things I didn't realize about backpacking Europe. Things like we weren't always going to have a bed to sleep in, we weren't always gonna eat enough in a day, we weren't always gonna feel safe, or know where we were going or what we were doing, it's okay to be scared, and that I've never trusted my gut more than anything. Getting to different countries does take some time and does take some adjusting. People all live ...
... in American English. It's the main street or avenue where you can find all the main chain shops like... well, Top Shop..., Marks & Spencer, Ryman (a stationery), and so on. Towns and cities are still the center of living and commercial activity in the UK, which I like a lot. The high street has been suffering, however. And the shops are supposed to be small businesses, but that's not really the case anymore.
On the day ...
A Tuesday morning 0800 in London and we got out amongst the commuters to make our official London to Fishguard start from Tower Bridge. I must admit I didn't wish to be one of those folks heading to the office on such a glorious day. I called on a good old friend Mary Brooker (Smiddy) at Southwark who told me to look out for something Irish and sure enough we found her office thanks to a large tricolour hanging from a first floor ...
Took bus no.441 at 4:31 from Stanwell and in 10 minutes I came to T5.
Although the journey is not completely over, its British part comes to its end.
I will add photos to all entries after my arrival back home.
Thanks for reading this :)