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... and a rodeo bull and apparently full of 18yr olds so we made sure we were well prepared with lots of alcohol games and food at the condo. The one classic game Flip Cup came out which was our favourite in Fiji to keep the backpackers entertained. I remain flip cup champion still! When we got to the Ranch we were all pretty much wasted and when we got in it wasn't what it used to be as there was no line dancing or rodeo bull. Just a night club, so we continued drinking and dancing ...
... STILL in Lisbon airport...) and a quick "Hi" to Javi it was off to Team NZ HQ for Graeme's Aquathlon race pack and quick instructions. The trip to Hawrelak Park to "rack" his shoes (haha! still makes me laugh...) was super smooth thanks to some great transport and we joined lots of the kiwis who had commandeered a shady tent area. Lydia Hale, who has bunked at our place before for a race at the Mount, joined us so was great to ...
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Nairobi, Kenya - The only city on the whole world tour that we truly felt uneasy in. Tension you could cut with a knife, and felt like a target the entire time.
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... for instance, became a comfort to us both; after a long day walking around London, or when we returned from a day trip, those birds reminded us that we were, for all intents and purposes, "home." Similarly, the smell of lavender has imprinted on my brain a number of cozy remembrances--of the warmth of our flat's radiator after being out in the rain all day, or a moggy purring in a damp Cotswolds garden beside a bed of English perennials. The taste of ...
... the foreign three-pin plugs made me giddy.
Now, a mere ten days out, we're excitedly planning the last few details. We have cat sitters and house sitters, all our luggage is strewn about the room as we have begun packing a few non-essential items into the bags, and we're frantically trying to use up the stuff in our cupboards that we'll otherwise have to throw out before we leave. I suppose there are a few more moments of ...