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8. Go to Barbados/Bahamas/Bali
9. Visit Bondi beach
10. Cinema with dinner
11. Jazz show with dinner
12. Eat in a Michelin star restaurant
13. Learn to meditate
14. Be a Size 10 ✅ (I made it to a size 8 with lots of help from my bootcamp group and from a low carb diet – see photos below!)
15. See northern lights
16. Visit an ice hotel
17. Learn to cook Thai ...
We leave tomorrow. The preparations (which can be broadly categorised as wedding, work, and travel related) have been almost all consuming. As for the wedding, Dorette has been heroic and I'm looking forward to it with excitement and trepidation in equal measure. I'll save the rest of what I have to say for the day itself, as is only right. As for work, I am being retained by my firm as a remote consultant and I'm ...
We have been thanking Mr Google an awful lot on this trip, and he managed to help us find the local rugby football clubrooms at Whitstable, where this morning we joined them to watch the All Blacks / England game on their 104 inch screen. They were even serving bacon butties! After a bit of good-natured barracking from both sides, we eventually all agreed it was a much better game than last week, and the best team won on the day.
Then we motored off ...
... at us with bemusement. "No, this is first class." OK, well do we get a free cup of coffee and a kitkat. "No." So, what exactly have we paid for? "I dunno," she says, before whispering guiltily, "it's a bit of a rip off, isn't it?!"
Her sentiment is echoed by the guard who confesses that there's absolutely no reason for there to be a surcharge for our tickets as there's no difference at all between first and standard - as is evidenced by the local youths lounging ...
... was not much larger than our great room: two sitting areas, a space for the desk, then, of course, the area left clear for tourists. Most rooms had several bookcases, filled with lots of interesting books, including many volumes of Churchill’s own writing, in multiple languages. The walls were covered mostly with family portraits or paintings by WSC himself. He was a prolific if not very accomplished painter. There were a few photographs of ...