Premier Inn Dumfries
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As I sit thinking of cell cell
I realise it would be hell
If she was at taco bell
and not with me
Because you see
She is a beauty
Yo Cell cell
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... machine wouldn't let me lift money. So I ventured to the nearest Bank of Scotland with my big rucksack to tell yet another sob story, and get them to let me take £10 out of my account so I could get home once I reached Dumfries. Phew.
After a plane, a train, a train and a bus - I've made it home, and had the most amazing time.
Things I learned: Berlin never sleeps, using your charm gets you places (literally), and the UK is bloody cold after a month of travelling.