Travel Blogs from Bedford
... enough time to go in there because we had booked a desert safari and I felt sick on the way so mum and I stopped while the others continued. The safari included dune bashing, camel riding, food and watching some people dance.It was really fun and I would love to do it ...
... still rules.
Things are running the same as always here in London as I walk with my backpack through the underground.
People still go about as if nothing has changed.
Nothing has changed.
Just another day has passed.
But today is different.
When I hop on the Piccadilly line today, I know where I am going.
I even know where I have been.
I didn’t fly in over London today.
That was a year ago.
... Scotland who I met at the circus festival in France. Why we choose such ridiculous times to chat is beyond me, because I keep falling asleep whilst talking (sorry!).
But I do love talking to him so I don't mind a bit of lateness...for the time being anyway.
But tonight, I think it hit 2am.
5 hours sleep? Not exactly what I had planned.
But oh well....things must. (I think I got that of Mother Bear)
... wearing an Aussie shirt and an akubra with a koala on his head, before I took the koala and started waltzing with it! Random I know! but not as random as putting on a circus show for the family and one of Janes friends :)
-I tried apple pie for the first time!
-I had a wonderful night out with some new friends, Rosie, Rosie, Alex and more! I met at the backpackers in Copenhagen, which was made all the more interesting by the fact I was using the top of a ...
... we had a rest, we went up the chairlifts again and did the same as the first time(we went down three times).n We came back to the hotel to have lunch. Then went back out to ski. Our instructor is funny because he sings on the slopes and tells us if we fall over we give him ...