I’ve been practising my walking this summer. Noony has been staying 40 paces behind me, I think that’s the norm in Asia so I will keep that custom. Other than that, I’ve been doing a lot of vaccinations at the Travel Clinic. I watched the nurse sink the needle¬†into Noony’s arm and I wish I didn’t.

I have been thinking about what to write for a long time now. I have realised the error of my ways as there are still seven weeks (to the day as Noony squeaked at me this afternoon) to go until we are driving to Heathrow to get on a private jet. We have booked our Indian Hostel, the Nirvana Hostel, Delhi. However, an Indian visa asks we put two referees from India on our visa. I’ll give a pound* to anyone who can spot the error of the Indian tourist visa.

Our travel stuff came! A bag and a towel and a mosquito net and a rape alarm; not sure what Noony bought. I was going to take a photo of it, but once it is all in the bag, I’m not sure you’d be able to see the items. Might try though just in case.

Noony is official jobless now. We have been living the free life now. Last night we played UNO until 9pm and today we got up at 10am! I felt so guilty I flagellated until 11.10am. We are very close to selling all of our possessions. We just have the TV left which isn’t bad. Oh, and the car.

I will write another song soon and get Noony to sing it all. She’ll bloody love that. Any subject matter, Asia based, let me know.

*I wont

Noony speaks her mind

Getting our jabs

Pez and I went to get some injections for our travels this afternoon. We had Typhoid and Hep A, one in each arm. Got to say, I had forgotten how much it bloody hurts.
We weighed it up (£300 vs. the risk of Rabies) and have decided against getting the Rabies jab and will just avoid anything foaming at the mouth.
Has anyone heard of Japanese Encephalitis?

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