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Turkey did not work out due to financial constraints with paying for visas and notarizing diplomas etc. (over £500). So I am off to Poland in a few days. We are all moving out of this London flat and going separate ways.

Strange feeling. Narrowing my life to one bag again. Staying at a friends house on Saturday. Flight from Luton to Gdansk on Sunday.


This is the new city for a while. Will use the time to finish London manuscript.


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Comments

Nat Raha said…
sounds a little heavy, have a good trip x
postpran said…
Thanks Nat. Just for a while. The lake district is close by and the Baltic. Should be ok for a while. Will see . . . :-)

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