Mercure George Hotel Reading
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... to the Facebook posts and a way to keep my loved ones close and share my experiences with them whilst I’m away.
I've read up a bit on Top Tips for Travel Bloggers but stopped fairly quickly because I’ll start to get neurotic about it before I've even gone anywhere and, in any case, this is not about making money out of it; pitching for a travel writing prize; going viral or creating any following beyond my close friends and family and ...
... the equipment. That was a bit frustrating. We then had to figure out how to use the underground subway to get to Nick and Dee's place. My first experience on the subway! According to Eli it's one of the oldest subways in the world. Finally, we got to step outside of the airport into London's summer - it was overcast and drizzling - welcome to English Summer!!
We had to catch a couple of different trains to get to Hanwell Broadway which, we thought, was the closest stop to ...
I don't wanna! I don't wanna go home! I feel like a 3 year old chucking a temper tantrum and I've seen a couple of those at the airport! This morning I packed my suitcase and god knows how I did it, but everything fit including my new boots. I was well under my 30kg weight limit, but that thing was still bloody heavy! Kirsty and I had an interesting few minutes carrying it down the stairs. Silly Truffle kept wanting to help. That was not a good idea. ...
A pretty good second leg. Had dinner, everyone slept and the 9.5 hrs went reasonably quickly. All tired though - fingers crossed we survive today. Landed 40 mins early to sunshine but only 8 degrees. Someone fell ill on the flight so we now have paramedics walking down the aisle and ambulances around the plane - not sure what happened.
... I didn't regret anywhere I went. For the most part I saw and did everything I wanted and thoroughly enjoyed my trip, as short as it was! Although travelling on my own was a little boring at times, it too had its advantages, and I don't regret any of the decisions I made on the trip!
23 Cities. 13 Countries/Territories. 4 Continents. 77 days. ✓ Done.