Travel Blogs from Worthing
Slept so good. SO GOOD.
Jet lag is kind of awesome, except for the killer headaches, because I can go to bed at normal people time and then wake up at seven am on the dot with no alarm clock. This morning that meant curling up with the kids watching more Arthur. We walked the kids to school and Holly took me into her classroom to see her topic book, full of pictures and writings about the sea side. Holly has ...
I arrived in the UK!
The flight from KL to Amsterdam was good; nice food, great service, and the people in the next seat kept to their own seat. They also bring around hot towels so you can faux-shower your face while still in your seat, and on the flight from Amsterdam to London they served the best sandwich I think I have ever eaten, I'm not sure if that's because I'd been eating ...
... br> After filling up my tank again at some rip off motorway service station I
headed South on the A1(M) motorway and simply just cruised along at 70mph. I
only had 120 or so miles to do and had almost 3 hours to do it in so there was
simply no rush..........or so I thought.
With my GPS setup to take me via Dorking and the bikers cafe of "Box Hill" I
thought I would be there in no time. Looking at a map it was straight down the
one m/way, onto the M25 ...
... just leaves my feeling like I've failed in a small way at life.
3. Compile important documents
...An hour later
27. Compile iPod playlists
*Pumpkin the cat jumps on computer to demand attention, turns on stickykeys and closes Word document*
*Steph chucks Pumpkin the cat off and recovers document*
*Steph sighs and closes document and calls the bank*
... seeing it's heart beat and the efficient medical system most other countries seem to have
Via Patagonia, Perito Moreno glacier, Torres del Paine and the gangs of stray dogs
Via sailing across the Andes, Chilean traditional German towns, cockroaches in soup and the most comfortable bus journeys in the history of the world
Via Eiffels lesser known structures, the different world of Peru, archeological digs and seeing our baby moving ...