Nags Head Hotel
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... from Heathrow, we will be at home when I upload this (probably a few downloads before that!) and if you can hear a noise in the background it's probably the washing machine. MG misses her home comforts. As for me I've got the last weekend of the 6 nations to watch, so it's goodnight from me and it's goodnight from MG.
Oh, and I must catch up on the news as well. Apart from 2 Australians being killed in a plane crash in the Alps last week and a cricket ...
... UK roads, good and bad, those familiar, quirky place names, lovely countryside, and just under 3 hours to beautiful Bath. Find the strangely numbered Number 17, pleasant self-catering rooms in an old terrace house, views to the cathedral, across a cricket field. Just lovely. Then it's on foot into town, lunch beside the Avon (Italian?), the streets of Bath full of tourists, and on to the Baths - well, you would, wouldn't you? And they are amazing. Hot & tired, so back for ...
Today we had a very early start (5am) to catch a 6:30am train down to St Neots to meet up with Steve & Jan as well as our fellow future IDC candidates, oh and we also had to sit the strenuous EFR Instructor course.
It is a prerequisite of becoming a PADI Instructor that you are an Emergency First Response Instructor, obviously to become an instructor the course must be pretty tough.
We arrived in ...
I have never written a diary. Never kept a journal. Not chronicalled or recorded my life in any major way since the day i was born. In fact the only time I have ever really seen someone else's attempt at such, was a journal kept by my great grandfather during the First World War. What i remember most from reading it was how his entries would change dramatically, from neatly written detailed accounts when he was safe, to short barely ledgable entries when ...
Why am I travelling? To gain some independence and be involved in wildlife conservation in Thailand, Borneo and Australia, and to look forward to university in 2012!
I've been wanting to start this 'travelpod' for a while, but have only just managed to set up an account and write my first blog. It's taken over 6 months of preparation in order for this trip to actually be finalised and I have to admit, I am ...