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Hey you two!!
Wow I can't believe your trip has nearly ended. Looks like you've had a great time since the China escapades. Im hopefully gonna do a skydive in NZ and the zorbing sounds errr...cool! I hope you've got many memories and fantastic experiences to go home with, and I hope I get to meet you both again someday, I want some more 'Ed' pics! 3 months left for me, time has flown by hasn't it?! Have a safe journey home and all the best in adjusting to UK life - just get straight back on the beers!
Love Lucy x x
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Well it still looks like you're having a fantastic time (though having had a bad horse riding experience once rather you than me!).
Yes Ed, I'm only hear for 4 days when you get back then off for 3 weeks (well it was cheeper than two weeks so it seemed silly not to!).
I'll make sure I bring your TV back but suspect catching up with the tat on TV will be very far from your mind?
Looking forward to all your travel tales.
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