It's all I seem to be doing the past two months or so.

I was under the impression that due to the fact that we're having a new bathroom this year, they'd be no holidays. Infact, lucky me hasn't really been in the country since June. Woop woop.

Well, I started off at a religious retreat in Derbyshire at the beginning of June. Heapo fun that was. I had a play fight with someone over a cardboard box. You'll notice that, yes, Derbyshire is in England. That was for a week.

But I then went over the border to Wales. Moreover, Cardiff. Woop woop. Again, heapo fun. Although that doesn't really count as a holiday. A friend needed help moving into her new home and I agreed to spend the week there sipping tea and eating all her hobnobs (while giving encouragement as well).

Then I joined forces with a group of buddie to go on a pilgrimage to Lourdes. Woop woop.

Back in England, went to London for the weekend to see the Tutankhamun exhibit in the O2 Arena (Millenium Dome). Very cool and heapo fun :)

Then, beginning of July I jetted off to Germany with more friends for a week to visit a group of German friends I've collected over the years. Hehehe, we beat the Germans 1-nil at footie (soccer). Thanks to my Three Lions chant, of course.

Plus, I had a lady say to me ' I don't want you going home ill, so I'm afraid I'm going to keep on feeding you' (in German of course)

I returned last Monday and when I finally got the house to myself a few days later and settled down infront of BBC News 24 I was highly delighted to find the full coverage on the biggest crime of the week. Somebody has stolen David Cameron's Bike.

At the end of Sugust my family head north to Blackpool for the weekend. Woop woop. The Illuminations are being done by Top Gear this year too. Woop woop.

Good news too. I'm off to Belgium in October with my family. Our new bathroom is a couple of grand cheaper than we expected so we're going to a Centerparcs in Belgium. Why? Because it's cheaper to go to one in Belgium than one in England. Who'd ever have thought my family consists purely of accountants? When in Germany I even started a 'shopping list' so I could figure out how I was going to spend my Euros. But I refuse to be an accountant. I've been to my Mum's work. Yes, they have a huge drawer full of crisps but I can't be doing with having a mobile phone going off all the time like my Mum's does.

Luangi Luangi
18-21, F
Jul 26, 2008