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... there after is up-in-the-air, but we'll cross that bridge when we need to! For the time being this blog can hopefully create a permanent log of my trip (I'm an awful photo taker), whilst also keeping various family members and friends up to date with my doings and reassuring them that I am okay!! I will try and keep it up to date every few days based on internet connection and how much fun I am having! See you on the other side! ...
... visited the Mondrian exhibition.
When we returned their daughter-in-law ,Esther & her 2 children came over & we were joined by Tom, their son, a consultant in Neuro problems specialising in Stroke treatment. They were keen to discuss their travels in Australia, where Esther’s brother lives.
Friday 27th June - Canterbury
Virginia & Michael took us on a tour of Canterbury ...
... is home, as it has been since I was a zygote. England will forever be my Wonderland; a 6 month long (hypothetical) acid trip, the dream that manifested into reality yet still felt too good to be deserved by such a **** awful human. My whole heart won't be boarding the Virgin Atlantic flight with me in 30 days, but my goodness gracious Europe you've earned the parts you've stole, you cheeky *******.
I can't have it all, this reality I have grasped. But I don't want it ...
... home-front during WWII, living and crackers and milk. But we'll worry about that when I find a wormhole and end up in the midst of Dunkirk.
In the meanwhile, I'll waste my words raving about my stupendous little sister instead of Hindu deities.
I Skyped her last night and this wave of relief washed over me and my thoughts flooded to my mouth like the dam had given way and we're all, "DID YOU SEE ...
That was a pun, because I don't know your humor comprehension level, dear reader.
So since everyone seems avid on keeping up on my worldly travels, let's talk culture. "McDonald's; The Louvre of England", I think the Prime Minister said that. Anyways my eyes are drooling thinking my cheeseburger is going to taste like the ones I ate every Friday of Lent during my childhood (Mom ...