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... swimmers and toiletries. Pudd bought a T-shirt and a Polo shirt. I also bought some Betadine and lozenges for my throat which seemed to be getting worse. It took me I particular ages to find things I like so our shopping expedition was good in the sense that it brought us around most of the town. Along the way I had a yummy kiwi fruit drink and Pudd had orange juice, both freshly squeezed. By the time we got back to the hotel it was 8.30 ...
Hypnotism = Crock.Of.****. At least that used to be my opinion. I have re-evaluated now though and see its benefits. I am a convert and will recommend hypnotherapy as an aid for achieving what you want but your subconscious seems to ignore. My flatmate at the time was a counsellor and we used to sit on the terrace, smoke and chat **** and she would tell me about CBT and I would get a better, scientific, understanding of how this works ...
... before the flight. Ruth and I took advantage of the complementary head massage and felt relaxed afterwards. We tried to sleep on the short flight back (six hours in the air) but not entirely successfully, but we headed into the arrivals lounge in Heathrow for a shower and breakfast.
Then it was over to the car park to load the car and drive home at the end of a great ...
3. Cycling round Rottnest Island.
4. Climbing the fire lookout tree in Pemberton.
5. Granite Skywalk
6. Treetop walk.
Top five wildlife;
1. Willy wagtail.
5. Black shouldered kite.
7. Minkey Whale off the beach at Cottesloe.
8. Dolphins on the bike ride.
9. Manta Rays.
Top five views;
1. Conspicuous cliffs
2. Peppermint Grove.
... even more exhausted today as we also needed to buy provisions to make dinner
for my cousins who are visiting us this evening for dinner. So we also walked to Borough Markets to stock up, and then a walk to Sainsburys, a supermarket in an entirely opposite direction.
Tomorrow we’re off to Basingstoke to spend a day with
some old friends.