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... at least a month this time.
9) Travel across America- no exact ideas as of yet.
10) Visit Brazil
Furthermore, as I am a student (currently on a gap year due to operation) I will have to achieve these on a budget and this will be the biggest challenge! I currently have a job and hope to keep it on once I start going to university but money is still going to be tight. I want to make this a budget travel blog to show people that you can still travel on a ...
... now and ready to go to bed.
Tomorrow we are hoping for some more halfway decent weather so that we can see the sights of London.
# of countries: 33
# of cities: 69
# of bus rides: 19
Today I have been very spoilt by two of my best friends from my Livity Days ... As they treated me to a 40th Birthday celebration day.... Started off by having High Tea with Mehreen in Knightsbridge, then a bit of souvenir shopping before coffee and cake, then ...
... I expected.
Our fourth day was spent at the Tower of London and a trip down to the Royal Observatory at Greenwich. The Tower was fantastic and White Tower with all of the armour and weapons was Matt's favourite. The Crown Jewels were something else and the tour by the Beefeaters informative and funny.
Greenwich is such a pretty place. It was interesting to learn how ships navigated out at sea and the various clocks that were devised to ...
... half block or so to the Tower of London. The Silverseas welcome tent was just getting set up, but they took our luggage and we wandered off for a quick libation while we waited. Shortly after 1, we were able to start boarding procedures, and were in our cabin around 2. Typical Silverseas, no lineups, no waiting, and a glass of champagne waiting for us as we boarded.
Due to the bike races, our bags had to wait on shore until later in ...