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Day 12: November 12th
After a rough night of harry tossing and turning we rose nice and early to the sound of my alarm. It was 2.30 and the start to a big day. As we started our decent south back towards London we decided to take the scenic drive back down. But of course this wasn't really a good idea due to the fact that it was still …
The travel days are always the hardest. We were up about 5am to get organised and leave the fabulous MBS hotel. We have had a lovely time in Singapore and I think we all agree we would like longer next time. Getting all sorted at Changi airport was relatively straight forward and we did some last minute shopping and changed our remaining dollars for pounds. Jackie had recommended the travel wrist bands ...
... had three types of cake, cheese, crackers, humus and pita bread! And for the main event, Kristy had made totally amazing beer butt chicken (where the beer can is inserted up the butt of the chicken...) and then she made an amazing salad to go with it. Delicious meal it was!
For one night, it was like we were normal people- having a home cooked meal... in a home.
... in our inquiries into Buddhism and dance. Really he did a lot of listening, which is rare for me to go on like I did and for anyone to have so much genuine interest in my history and what I have to say and for me to feel so confident to say it all. That’s the magic of dance, it opens the way and thank you Ganesh! After a while we realized we should get going to the party and made our way to meet Lilly.
At the gathering there was super ...
... that I was rubbish at this, but it was really interesting nonetheless.
There is a project going on in Ghandruk to try and make the village a 'plastic-bottle-free-zone'. This is not easy, because it is a common route for hikers to pass through, and hikers need to drink water. The problem is that it is really hard to recycle anything in Ghandruk, because everything would have to be manually carried down at ...