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Gatwick Again

I am sitting here in Gatwick airport. As usual, no time for now…but will have loads and loads of updates when I get home (and pics). Hard to believe it, but another vagabonding year has come to an end. I have said my London goodbyes for the last three days, and this evening I will be […]

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Reporting From England

Well…I have just spent a cold, rainy, and incredible week in England — including London– lots of time in the north, and Stonehenge. London still maintains its title as my favorite city in the world. But I’m sure another city will take the title over one day. I had no internet access in England, so […]

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Coming Home (Again)

Coming home from England.

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The last Europe post

OK, this time In serious. 🙂 What else is there to do after drinking a liter of Redbull when you are sitting in a hostel? Aside from making random noises from my pod to horrify my sleeping roommates…the best thing to do at 01:00am is to blog of course! Other than breakfast resembling something you […]

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Goodbye Europe

This is probably my last post from Europe before heading home. It sounds strange, but when I am here, I feel like I am much closer to so many friends that I have built amazing bonds with this year. It doesn’t really make me sad to leave the city behind, but when I leave I […]

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I Love this City

Running around London

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damn!

So much for my 11:40 flight to Verona, Brescia…. I left the hotel 3 hrs early this morning and still managed not to make it to Stansted airport on time! This place is quite the goat cluster. I paid an extra (15£) for the express train to the airport so that I would have some […]

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Mind the Gap

The first thing I saw through my red eyes when I got off the train from London Gatwick was a circus. No, not Piccadilly or Oxford, but just a mass of people. There were the classic red double decker buses zipping past hordes of tourists and business people rubbing shoulders in a hurry to make […]

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