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Update: August 2014

This month has been a very chilled and relaxing month for me. I’ve been spending time on the farm that my aunty works on, pretty much doing nothing (and that’s a good thing). It’s been a lot of meeting new people, millions of cheek kisses and lots of delicious food. It’s crazy to think that in just over three weeks I’ll be waving goodbye to the farm life and going back to big cities for Uni in the UK. These past couple of weeks have been filled with lots of planning for Freshers week in Cardiff, (I am so excited,) finding my fellow flatmates and enrolling etc. It’s definitely making me more and more excited, and I’m already dreading having to leave, despite not even being there yet! I still have a lot to catch up on blogging-wise, it’s difficult without wifi on the farm (I have to drive 10 minutes away to even get 3G), but I’ll get there slowly and surely, especially once I get to Cardiff. Expect posts about Nice, Monaco, more …

Planes and Trains

3 July 2014 Today was a big travel day for us as we were leaving Germany by plane to go back to Paris and then taking a train down to Limoges. We woke up, had breakfast and then did last minute packing before checking out of our hotel. We still had a few hours to kill so off we trekked with our backpacks and suitcases to do some last minute shopping. We then headed to the big central station to catch the S-Bahn to the airport for our flight. After a bit of trouble checking in luggage, we had a wee bit of a rush (that’s an understatement) to our departure gate- which had changed last minute. The rush also included me forgetting my boarding pass at customs (that was one major freak out I had). Luckily one of the security found me before I had to do the quick sprint all the way back. We finally got on the plane safe and sound and had our super quick flight back to Paris where Catherine …

MY 2014 TRAVEL WISH-LIST IN PICTURES

SORRY. I’ve been having some trouble with the photographs in this post. It will be back to normal soon hopefully! While I don’t have the funds to do a big scale Europe trip this year there are still some small, very do-able trips that I’m hoping to do. So here is my 2014 Travel Wish-list in the form of pictures (N.B none of the photos below are mine). Dusseldorf, Germany Limoges, France Paris, France Split & Zagreb, Croatia Slovenia London, England Scotland Cardiff, Wales Pretty much all of these destinations have been confirmed, the only two that I’m unsure about at the moment is Croatia and Slovenia, but I am fairly certain we can make it work. I am so excited and it will be interesting to see whether I’m able to tick-off all the destinations on this wish-list, we shall see very soon. A