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... five roundabouts in one, creating a swirling vortex of car chaos that I was quite thankful not to have to drive through. I tell you people in the UK really know how to drive. We get quite mollycoddled back home with automatic cars and long, wide and straight roads.
We hit up the gym in the early afternoon at the Swindon Marriott. The gym was quite swanky, with each treadmill having it's own television screen. Even the changing room was nice, with ...
... about the future. Now it's all calming down. I know what I should do. I know what I need to do. I know what I have to do. There is a word: You can't change the world unless you go and change it. Life is just like this. There is no fair, no fate. All I have to do is just to face it, tackle it and enjoy it. Journey is over. I still have my life to fight! Come ...
... to the public.
The Crescent overlooks Royal Victoria Park, an expanse of lawns with a bandstand, bowling green and tennis courts and the pavilion Cafe at the end closest to the town and Queens Square.
Walking away from the town, along Royal Avenue, leads you to the Botanic Gardens. I'll have to visit them another day, as I had walked far enough.
... well I am, Mark is far from packed, and the flat looks like it's been caught in a whirlwind!
We both can't wait to get away and I can happily say I've just 12 hours of work left before three weeks of adventure.
I'm going to try and update this blog whenever I get access to the internet.
See you all in a few weeks when we've got lovely golden ...
Have you ever met a person who knows all about the world yet has hardly travelled? Have you ever met someone who has been all over the world but seems to know little?
I guess most people have met both types and most of us fall in between.
I lived in Methoni, Greece for about a year and a half in total but the experience was intense. Not knowing the language, the customs, the people - who came from all over the ...