After only 2 hours of sleep I rolled out of bed for a farewell breakfast for Nina. Although it was a struggle, having eggs and bacon on sofas by a fireplace made up for it.
Considering how many goodbyes I've been doing lately, you would think I would get better at them, but losing Nina was always going to suck. So we decided the only thing to do was to go back to bed.
When we eventually woke up again Shona and I agreed that now was the time to go and get our tattoos.
I was really apprehensive about the tattoo whilst I was waiting because I had been told countless times that the ribs are one of the most painful places to get a tattoo. But once the design was stencilled out onto my side, I figured it would be worth it.
Then when I started to get the tattoo I was almost annoyed that I had been lied to - I thought it was more uncomfortable than painful. I was terrified for nothing!
Feeling pretty chuffed with myself I had to refrain from phoning home straight away - I didn't think my mum would appreciate a phone call at 3am telling her I got a tattoo! I also had to wait 2 torturous hours before taking off the bandage, meaning when I could finally see it I couldn't stop looking at it in the mirror. It's safe to say I'm very happy with it. (Don't tell my parents but I already want another one!)
David and I decided we wanted to cook for dinner as we had another Devil Burger for lunch, but we made the mistake of not checking whether the hostel had an oven before buying fish fingers. Which meant we ended up getting dominos for dinner and I'm now I am definitely completely sick of fast food.
The rest of the day was spent chilling in the sun by the lake, where our entertainment consisted of a Zumba class and a woman hanging from a tree. When it got cold we then changed and went back to the lake to chill in the evening. So we had a very packed day.