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... waiting for our forty minute trip to Schipol and our connection to Singapore from where my next blog instalment will be penned. Til then it's over and out as the corks are popped marking the start of our Far East adventure aboard Celebrity's Millennium - I'm talking figuratively of course, as Chris only allows me fizzy water when flying. I'll try to make up for this abstemious start to the holiday once we embark in Singapore as we have a $1400 drinks tab to get through aboard ...
... I think we both realised even more than ever, that we make a great team, and this journey made that clearer than ever. We had so much fun putting this blog together (we hope you liked reading it), and as a journal captures how we lived day to day for 3 months of our lives, on the trip of a lifetime! We're back in Norwich now, and it's onto planning the next adventure! Doug and Davina ...
... as I love implementing the plan. But as the day of departure nears, I find I am afflicted by random attacks of butterflies in the stomach, prompting myself to ask “Why?” Why do I travel?”
Back in 2011, For a couple of weeks before we departed on a 12 month overland journey from Norwich to Australia, my nights were plagued by vivid dreams. They were of the extreme anxiety variety and centred mainly on the first challenge of the ...
... roman candle and to be on the way within five minutes, but they really did impress! The fifteen minute display was actually very good and worth the time spent standing on the sea wall facing the pier. The only downside was the rain that started to fall just after the fireworks had finished which turned into an absolute downpour by the time we had queued to get back to the car - it was cold and very wet!
... for our English friends) over the course of 75 days. We journeyed from the most westerly point in England, Lands End, to the most easterly point, Lowestoft. Of course that was only the neat geographical summary of our physical adventure. With any pilgrimage the actual ground that’s covered is secondary to the wider and deeper journey which the person enters into. This is altogether a more complex and multifaceted journey, one that engages the landscape of the mind ...