Day 1: Heathrow, London & Fareham, England

*I’m copying this verbatim from my newly devirginized diary. My laptop conked out on me on my first day because I forgot to bring a universal adaptor.

So here go my written ramblings and scattered thoughts—the scribbles of my handy dandy notebook.

In hindsight, it was smart of me to bring a journal. I thought the laptop would suffice but I was stupid enough to forget that plugs here were also different. I can be so delusional sometimes about the world being on the same page, and in this case, the same plug.

So,  I survived the flight with the help of this very warm and nurturing Indian stewardess, who pampered me like anything. I felt as if I was getting unwarranted special treatment. She gave me free business class-exclusive perks, even if I was in the economy a.k.a poor class. Ha-ha. She said she was giving me all the perks because I was sick so I didn’t know whether to try to get better or to wallow in my illness. Anyway, I thankfully got through both flights alive. Sick as I am to this second, I am still utterly grateful for EVERYTHING. Thank you, God!

Highlights of Day 1 include:

1. Passing by Jane Austen’s House on the drive to Fareham, England

2. Tunnels of kissing trees,

3. Telephone boxes, of course

3. Old English Homes and Bed and Breakfasts

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2 thoughts on “Day 1: Heathrow, London & Fareham, England

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  1. Indians are such warm and nurturing people. Looks like you’re having a great time, Berry! Wala ng fake insecurity ah? Go for gold! We need someone to replace Charice on Glee since she is still recovering from Botox.

    1. You are so full of your Indian self! Hahaha kidding. But yes, I’d have to agree. I was so grateful she was the one taking care of me! And anong fake insecurity?? Di pa ba obvious that I’m an insecure person? Hahaha but I will go for gold! I’d gladly replace Charice since she’s been mummified by Belo recently. :))

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