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... know them well. Travelling Spain & Portugal last spring taught us that trying to cram too much awesomeness into a small spell of time isn't our ideal way to travel. I look forward to finding my favourite little market near the hut we rent on a tranquil beach. One way tickets don't mean we're not coming back soon - just that we don't know exactly where we'll be when ...
What a mission - the suitcase is reasonably full, and I would think within weight limits, but the shopping is in the Princess carry bag which I have tied up and put inside another carry bag and I have my overnight bag as my handbag, so I think I'm okay. Oh dear, I wish I had invested in some scales. I have absolutely no idea how heavy anything is.
So now time to enjoy the last of the entertainment on board. First up there ...
... br> was a couple from Australia whom I got talking to at the Airport whilst waiting to clear customs and
immigration. We stood chatting on the
street for about twenty minutes, and exchanged details as Patricia is
interested in doing some solo travel – and is thinking of going to Antarctica
next year. Well maybe that could go on
my bucket list. But anyway she wants to
keep in touch and hear about my solo ...
... the St Regis was – the venue for our meet and greet on Friday night.
So Craig has had a wee rest and I’ve spent ages downloading photos and generally faffing around trying to get something happening with the internet.
Need to go and do some suitcase sorting out – we head off to Whistler first thing tomorrow morning so we’ll leave our big suitcases here at the Rosedale on Robson and just take our carry on size with ...
... bit more.
The first thing I did since the last post was I went to watch the UK entry in the Honda Celebration of Light Fireworks competition. Being on the anniversary of the London 2012 Opening Ceremony ...