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Week to go........

Packing, Laptops and other luggage nightmares.....

snow -2 °C

Well it's nearly here!!!!
I had a good new year but promised myself that I wouldn't carry any rubbish over into 2013 and I intend to stick to it.
I spent new year in Bath, it was a wonderful time and I enjoyed it immensely.
I also visited Glastonbury too and decided that I loved it so much I had to extended my visit there. I visited the Tor and Abbey and found them to be spiritual and peaceful places.
The chalice well is worth a visit and you must drink from both the Red and White well lol....both are frequented by pilgrims from far and wide.
The place in general is beautiful and has an air of sophistication about it, the shops all sell crystals and silver jewellery and tarot cards etc..
Food wise all restaurants are especially good and serve vegetarian food too.

Now for the mega adventure....Vietnam is nearly here only a week to go!!!!
I'm packed and have one very big backpack and laptop bag , camera bag and small backpack.....took ages to pack and re-pack and re-pack again lol
I am really looking forward to it now, but am a little apprehensive too. I feel I have prepared myself adequately but feel I have also forgotten something important.
I have packed many resources including some realia that I bought from Bath and Glastonbury and tried to pack as much teaching equipment as possible. I doubt that I will have time to buy it all there and prepare for my first few weeks teaching too.
I hope I have the age group I selected and am near the city centre so that I can socialize and keep in touch with other interns and have a support network and help others where I can.
I fly to Vietnam on the 25th of January weather permitting as its blizzard conditions at the moment and flights are being cancelled all over the place.

My next blog will be when I arrive in Vietnam...........can't wait.....

I will post pictures of Glastonbury and other places I've visited recently.

Posted by Alight77inNam 13:46 Archived in England

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