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... which turned into a great time of sharing/chatting and another redunkulously late night. So worth it though! Unfortunately though this cough is not going away... Monday I was up earlyish for a long 1hr bike ride with Anne. 21km later and massive coughing fits I'm not feeling so great. Decided to utilise the English health system and a phone call to 111 (not their emergency number!) and a trip to the Doctor later I have Bronchitis and am on antibiotics. Yay. ...
At least that's what the Chunnel feels like to start with, it sets off so gently. 4.50am was not a happy time to hear the dulcet tones of then iphone "marimba" alarm tone. Still, that had us checking in 20 minutes before our slot closed, and we were the last car straight onto an earlier half-empty train that set off about as soon as I stopped. Next up: Brugge, Leuven, Aachen, Köln, Koblenz, Würzburg, Dinkelsbühl. It's a big schlep, but the flip ...
... that we were leaving Dover, arriving in Calais. We breathed a sigh of relief and with that headed towards the lineups again – this time though, we got pulled aside for a random security check. At which point, British security guards looked under our vehicle and one of them got into the van, had a look around and was distracted by the slick interior that he only asked us a few questions : “Are you delivering a package?”, ...
We had another drive through the pretty Kent countryside yesterday morning on our way to Sandgate on the SE coast. We decided to have a quick photo stop at Bayham Abbey after the second lost camera incident a couple of days ago. It hasn't been handed into the police so I think we are out of luck unfortunately. We arrived at Tim and Josie's in time for lunch. Tim is Mum's first cousin so it was wonderful to meet up with some of the English family. ...
... became evident. Both of the alcohol and the music, as people were laughing, talking, making new friends, and enemies. I felt like I have neglected many people, floating around in my orange vest, tagged “DUDE”, matching with Jon's “SWEET” gift neon green. I felt ecstatic at seeing how many good people I know, and am proud to call friends. How many good people I have worked with, worked for, and lived with.
It opened my eyes, that ...