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... The weekend has inspired me to set up a travel blog. I would like to say it is so we can keep in touch with everyone. Actually I just want to gloat for a couple of years. Please keep reading and let us know what you are all up to. We will be back before you know it. Don't forget girls - it is too hot to drink wine out there and I will be a size 6, blond, bronzed goddess by Christmas!
And the recycling bottle count - 217 to be ...
... Oh apart from easy jet to Moscow where our luggage is more expensive than our seats.! The 9 time hour zone changes should be a breeze on the tran Siberian train journey! I have supplies of noodles so Kent will have to re think his baggage allowance to compensate ...
... 6 months on it. [yay!] and if you need a visa or any immunisations, get them in good time. [Do we need to be vaccinated against Belgians? Maybe I should look this up..]
3. Study up on the language. [No problem. I have a couple of hours tomorrow morning set aside for this]
4. Money. [I have a purse somewhere with a few random Euros in it and I am pretty sure I know where it is.]
5. Research the local atmosphere, customs and manners. ...
... think about it but it could be challenging living in an area that has a constant steam of people going through it. On the other hand it could be good. Who knows. Certainly the cat loved the attention. Browsed a little and came across an actual coffee store. Well one that I would call a coffee store. Talkhouse Coffee has only been there for 5 weeks but it has the right machine. The right coffee gadgets. The right feel about it. Eureka. And the coffee ...
The Coastliner 700
Newly in receipt of our free bus passes, Paul and I decided to embark on a trip to Brighton to test out the Coastliner 700. We parked up near to a bus stop and then got our first exercise of the day running for the bus! I arrived first and flourishing the bus passes quipped, 'Wait for the old man!' I was met with a laconic stare from the driver who said,
‘Yes, But. Where. Do. You. Want. To. Go?!’