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Well, we are on our way after spending three cold miserable weeks back home when both Chris and I suffered with colds, mine of course being more akin to a severe bout of flu. We also suffered the annual winter breakdown of the central heating boiler but at least it was fixed within 24 hours thanks to our extortionately priced Corgi breakdown cover. Thankfully that's all behind us now as we sit in the departure lounge at Norwich International Airport (surely a misnomer as there are so ...
So we wanted to end our blog on a little overview of our journey! Here are a few stats: No of countries visited: 5 No of locations visited: 62 Approx kms travelled: 50,000 No of lbs we collectively put on: 30 No of different beds we slept in: 52 No of different hire cars we drove: 5 No of Instagram pics with #ddmellonsontour: 249 No of pics Doug took on his Canon: 4805 No of pics on blog: 455 No of ...
... old self. We had our first roast dinner since getting back, and had an early night as were still not 100% back on UK time. The next blog post will be the last one, crazy! We've had such an amazing time in the last 3 months, and it will be difficult trying to sum it all up at the end. Essentially it was the most fun, and the most exciting time of our lives, but at the same time, we're glad to be back. Little things like getting your cat back make you appreciate the little things. ...
... chasing full moon parties; trans-continental cyclists, individuals or couples taking one or two year sabbaticals (a bit like us) and the professional travellers - the self-proclaimed ‘travelling nomads’. These folks commit a large portion of their lives to constant travel, funding the lifestyle by blogging, teaching English or house-sitting. At the extreme end of this lot there are those who have quit their high paying jobs, sold ...
... Norfolk and heading back to the Midlands there was time to go walking at Sheringham Park, owned by the National Trust, that gave us expansive views over the North Norfolk Coast especially from the top of the Gazebo. Fortunately our timings also allowed us to see a steam train passing on the North Norfolk Railway and even though it was bitterly cold the sun was out and the view across to the sea was really most pleasant.