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... m excited to see my friends and family, ready to have a consistent roof over my head and prepared for the next adventure (except college, I'm still a deer in the headlights in that regard). There will certainly be a lot of catching up to and I can't wait to share stories and hear about what has been at work in the rest of your lives. On my part, I guarantee a continual rich conversation as long as you can keep a muffin or ...
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72;ми и ротоз
(Джон Голсу 86;рси в «Саге о Форса 81;тах»).
... surely negates the concept of checking in?
My flight to Sharm El-Sheikh leaves at 11.55 and I am surrounded by
burnt orange Oompa Loompas from Essex keen on ungrading their fake tans
to melanoma. The plane is delayed as usual and there appears to be no
system to prevent bottlenecking while boarding so as soon as the gate
opens the is chaos as the chavs and their screaming little babies battle
to get on.
Next stop; Sharm
... thankfully there was a lift) we were so exhausted and it was just after 4.00pm.
I unpacked a few things then we walked a few blocks up the road to the local Tesco supermarket which is very conveniently located. We bought a few supplies and came back for a quick dinner.
It's now 7.30pm and Matt and Emma have gone to sleep so think I might join them. Hopefully we're all refreshed tomorrow so we can begin ...
... that I dont feel my backpack, my
thoughts were just somewhere else. I was hiding from the police 2
times, which was passing by, because I cannot be there legally.
Got perfect sleep for 10 hours in the wonderful
beach of Calais port.
I tried hitching on the way to the port, but at
the end I was just asking the drivers just before the port, in the