After a fortnight in old Blighty, I successfully made it back to Canada and have been running around like a directionally challenged chicken with its’ head cut off, ever since.
Crossing half the country twice and a bit can really take it out of you.
A Quick list of things I learned while on Holiday:
-I am allergic to relaxing for more than three seconds when in a different country.
-If I’m going to misplace something, it’s going to be REALLY important and too expensive to replace. (I.e. my Railcard)
-After years of mocking and scoffing, I now secretly like the Twilight films and One Direction.
-I can eat broccoli without vomiting!
-Nutella is AMAZING!
-Famous people just walk around the streets like they live there or something, instead of that magical place in the sky that I believe all TV creatures go to when they call it a day.
-Suitcases can fall out of a bus at top speed on the highway and survive with ‘but a scratch’.
-British plumbing is my arch nemesis.
-I don’t know how we survive at home without pick and mix, and Jammie Dodgers.
-You can buy someone’s old glass eyeballs in Lewes if you want to.
-Airplanes now interior decorate in the fashion of nightclubs.
-Heels and cobblestones don’t mix well
-I’m still super good at sneaking around places I’m not supposed to be.
-I wish I went to school at Oxford….Sorry Trent, we can still be friends though.
-I look a bit too comfortable in a peasant costume, which has weakened my belief in my ultimate destiny of world domination.
-You can be 11 kilometres up in the air and still wave at someone out the window.
-Dogs can go to pubs? What madness is this?
-Canadian bookstores have A LOT to learn about being awesome…
-Vegemite tastes like Marmite, but worse 😛
-Miss Hailey Jane