Sunday, 26 June 2011

Time and Travel

Time

Have you ever noticed how time seems to warp while you’re travelling?  I’m leaving today for our short break in Betws-Y-Coed in Wales and I’ve reached that crazy, frustrating point where I’ve realised I’m just not going to get everything done before I go. Oh well, such is life.  I’m looking forward to four days without Internet access and with lots of castle-hopping, reading and hill climbing.

See you all in July!

This photo was taken in one of the restaurants in Heathrow airport.  It was a gorgeous restaurant and I loved the design and style of it.  It was a lovely nod to the golden age of aviation. 

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  1. It`s the same thing here..
    Hope you have a great time in Wales! Hugs from Tania:-)

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  2. Have a safe trip and enjoy your net-free time. (Looking forward to pics of castles...hint hint):)

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  3. Know exactly what you mean. Have a great holiday

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  4. The Golden Age of Aviation; long gone thanks to security and too much cabin luggage on cheap airlines. Am I showing my age?

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  5. Can't wait to hear about the Welsh castles!

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  6. Wow...Beautiful clock Emm..love it..just gorgeous! awww..can i castle-hop with you? sounds like such fantastic fun! Enjoy your time away..
    Victoria

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  7. I know how you feel. Although, I feel when I'm on vacation even for a day or two, it feels much longer. It's not because I'm not enjoying myself, perhaps I'm more relaxed so time moves slower and I'm not doing my usual routines.

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  8. You have a great time in Wales!
    Will you return with a Welsh accent? ;)

    I am back but I only have temporary internet access at the moment.
    Please bear with me.

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  9. Have a nice vacation...
    Greetings from France,

    Pierre

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  10. Hope you had a great time! Hope you take lots of photos you can share. :)

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  11. have a fabulous time! and savor every minute : )

    cheers!
    cailen
    www.cailenascher.blogspot.com

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  12. Very cool picture. Have a great holiday - safe travels!

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  13. Have a safe trip, and hope to see you soon!

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  14. Enjoy your vacation. It is always a good decision to spend some time away from reality.

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  15. News update:
    The telephone engineer is coming to install my internet connection on the 11 July 2011.
    Seems like forever…

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  16. I hear you...
    Enjoy your trip to sunny Wales

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  17. Hey everyone! We're back and it was fabulous! Well, except for the part where I took over 500 photos and ran out of battery and space on my memory card. Hopefully I'll get my first post up tonight!

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  18. Castle hopping and you find funs.

    Blogging hopping and I find you.

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  19. I enjoyed a four-day trip this week too and I know what you talk about, LOL. I hope you had a great time in Wales.

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  20. Hope you had a great time in Wales, Em! :)

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  21. Hope you give me some pics from your trip soon:-)
    Thanks for all your nice comment.

    Yes, it is Henrik Ibsen's window. He lived in my town when he was apprenticed to an apothecary. Here he wrote Catilina. I'll make a post about it later..
    Still happy days to you:-)

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  22. How the heck did I miss this post. No sooner do I find it, you come back from your holiday. lol

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  23. Hi! What's going on? :-) It's already July and you're so lucky to be able to get away.

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  24. A wee break without internet connection sounds like such a good place to be. I know a few people that couldn't handle that, it would give them sleeepless nights...

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  25. I guess this is one of those "time flies when you're having fun" problems...
    I hope I will have that same problem soon. ;)

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  26. Ciao Emm. Have a funny summer!

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  27. yes, there is something definietly with the time when you are travelling:) Hope you will have a lot of relax!

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