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... shops, window-shopped in the lovely cobbled Lion and Lamb Courtyard (saying hello to three furry model bears in the process), attempted to buy some fruit from a greengrocer but arrived two minutes too late, admired all the Georgian buildings and, on the way back to the car, walked past a house-end that looked quite comical. The wooden beams were sunk so deep into the whitewashed ...
... differently and act differently which is what makes it so beautiful. I learned a lot about myself, and the world, too. I learned I can navigate around the world. I gained a lot of independence. I learned as long as you work for it, it will happen. I learned if you trust your gut, things will be okay. I learned that I can live out of just a backpack for four and a half months. I learned that I'm easily terrified on airplanes. I learned to give people the benefit of ...
... job once again after a nice break.
Thanks for all your comments on the blog - its been great to know that you've all been following us around on our travels and have enjoyed the photos, videos and descriptions of what we've been up to. It was very cathartic each evening to sit down with a glass of wine, uploading photos and thinking back to what we'd done. Sweet as!
And to end, a few ...
... are resold and the money goes to charity, we secured seats for court 1 where normally they would set you back £74, we paid a fiver. Great news for us. We cheered vocally but to no avail and that was the end of Australia in the singles competition. Another great evening and we felt so lucky that we were able to experience Wimbledon! Living in London their was always things going on, we were able to go to the theatre in Leister Square, watch Rugby Union and ...
... br> A good friend of mine had arranged with some of her touch team to go and camp out for centre court tickets. She asked if I wanted to join and before I knew it I was off to Wimbledon!
The deal is you line up for two days, on the first day you receive your queue card (which doesn’t guarantee you a ticket) and on the second day you wait to see who ...