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Rules of Blog / Packing

So people, for those of you unlucky enough to have been roped into folowing this blog while I am away, or for those of you that are browsing as there is nothing better for you to do, I will try and keep the following rules.

1. All entries will not be overly long, tediously written and contain minute by minute accounts of my activities. I'll try and give some brief highlights!
2. I will try and be honest, I expect not everything will be 100% amazing all of the time and you will hopefuly receive some funny stories of foolish things I have done.
3. If it looks like I have been blogging every day then please have a go at me! Lets be frank- if you're telling the world you're having such a great time travelling every day then why are you spending so much time on a computer. Go and have some more fun rather than constantly updating people at home. (This may possibly be a partial facebook rant of being updated about every detail of someones life)

So I will be departing on Friday morning at 7am, I think mum is really looking forward to the early drive to Heathrow. Bag is nearly packed and I am being as ruthless as possible. The less stuff I've got on my back the more independent I can be- I WILL NOT TAKE OVER 10KG I keep on repeating to myself. I'm sticking to this and ignoring comments of "shouldn't you be taking ................?" I've done a a reasonable amount of research about South America and have come to the conclusion that there are shops out there if I need anything.

On a final note, you all know that my spelling is not very good so please be kind when you read through and notice obvious mistakes. Yes I know a lot of you are about to take exams or finalising your dissertations and there is nothing more embarassing than a spelling mistake in those, but I am hopefuly too busy to keep on checking this through.

Keep you updated! You'll be hearing from me next in Rio!

Becks x x x

Posted by TEAMNORRIS 00:09 Archived in United Kingdom

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