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So where are we at?
1) The actual route ( Thanks Honey for taking care of that! What??? Still not done? Oh well! ) We have planned most of our trip through The Centre. It will be peak season. Some places we have booked. It is a fine balance between planning but also leaving enough leeway in case one would like to stay somewhere for longer.
2) The food. I still can't get my head around this. We would like to eat healthy. No Mc Ds! We also need to ...
Arrived back home on Saturday night.
It was nice to be able to spread out, have a shower and sleep in our own beds.
It was an amazing trip, with lots of sites and snow which we hadn't seen before. Catching up with Sue was great and Sophie enjoyed her new travelling companion. We had enjoyed some great food and experiences and apart from one twisted ankle and a bout of food poisoning we luckily suffered no major problems.
... the curve of the oval. He had run a full 300 meters and then in front of a group of students walking by collapsed on the ground - I hope this is not becoming a theme with him. While we played for a good 90 minutes on a Thursday morning, there were two groups of students playing various ball games. These were not university teams but I wanted to know what course allowed you ...
... team and we sucked so, so hard. We scrapped fifth position out of six teams. After that we headed down to the basement where we were joined by Romina, Roxanne, Liam and a slew of French and Germans to give Ra a good send off as he now had to leave a day earlier than expected. Here the beer pong commenced. Robb and I took on the Germans and won one and lost one. Sadly we didn't have a decider. The rest of the night was mostly just boisterous chit chat about travelling and ...
... whilst remaining satisfied being rolled around by dad in his stroller, the allure of playtime with other young children was too much to resist when we arrived at departure gate 9 - the one and only active gate at this hour. As I chatted to Cherry, mother of 2-year-old James, I had my first experience of what travel might be like as parents. Harry served as an instant ice-breaker to meet the kind of people who make traveling fun - the warm, ...