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Travel Blogs from Reading
The squirrels were very playful on the back lawn this morning. We spent the morning packing and, as it was a sunny day, though not hot, we walked through Walpole Park to have lunch at Carluccio's. Doug again enjoyed the bruschetta and Di the chicken liver pate, while Wendy chose the wonderful thick soup with Parma ham. Wendy's choice of mains was no surprise - pasta ...
... just crime in general.
-The project I could be working at.
-How I'm going to continue to train whilst I'm out there.
But I'm looking forward to it, honest! I have my list of 'Things I want to do' and I can't wait to meet the people and kids that I'll be working with. It's going to be an incredible four weeks and I'm hoping these next 5 days fly by so I can get on that plane and start my ...
... Frankie - as soon as I got up I was straight back in the pool! Then Billy came out and we got back in the jacuzzi. Soon we were called for breakfast! We had a lovely breakfast of pancakes, icing sugar, cream, strawberries, kiwi and the non vegetarians had bacon. Then I had a shower and got prepared to go down to London. On the way down Billy and I played a game called Civil war which was ...
... dramatically with most of the cobbled streets being taken over by trendy outdoor eateries.
We had a look in the various shops but nothing tempted us - bought post cards instead.
At about 4 we decided to leave for Reading and had a pleasant and uneventful trip on the motor way. Turning off it we were once again on the narrow and twisty roads we have come to know. Getting into ...
... wouldn’t take anything for repairing my boots)
The Taliban with their AK47s and flags
The beggars who just held out a stump
Our body guards in Pakistan who thought they were special (but whose weapons were filthy)
Our body guard in Pakistan who was too old to carry his weapon
The street food sellers, the stalls in India, all next to an open sewer