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... something, such as getting better,she will persist with it now she can see the benefits of physical therapy. I think she wants to go back home, but she is also appreciating the rest. I encouraged her that what she is going through is completely normal,and that she is doing very well given all the circumstances.
I miss Martin and the girls, but am still enjoying myself. They seem to be faring fine, but I will leave it to some of you to ...
... I tried to avoid the
awkward situation of waking up a man to haggle over 50p for a t-shirt.
5. Day buses are preferable to
Travelling from one spot to
another while there is daylight is fantastic, as it allows you to see the often
stunning scenery the country offers. Journeys between Mui Ne to Da Lat in
Vietnam and Luang Prabang to Vientiane were pretty spectacular at points.
Taking a night bus just does not allow you to see ...
... look at some infurrow and herbicide trials as well. Trade sites were located in the tent with some good displays and information but also some average ones, some of the corporates looked like they were just going through the motions. After several hours we all looked at each other and called it a day knowing we had a big drive in front of us, so just before mid day we hit the ...
... saturday morning and will really miss them. It 's a shame we couldn't have stayed longer but will definitely be making the trip back here one day soon.
Tomorrow we head on a long bus trip up the country to the North East, where we will pick up a car at Inverness and drive back down to Elgin to stay with Aunty Maureen (Grandad's youngest sister).
Hope you are all well and happy at home (and all over the world)
Talk to you again soon ...
... About 3 years ago a project engineer from England came to oversee a project at the Dow Chemical plant I work at. He and his family became my friends, walking buddies and fellow carpooler. When they returned home after the project was completed, they said, if you ever come to England you are welcome to stay with us. This was where I was now headed-on a solo adventure. I struck up conversations with several folk while waiting for the train. Scots are so friendly! ...