Hello. zetina here, enjoying a cup of tea in England, Gillingham. ...Well ok, I'm actually having orange juice.
Anyway, point is, I'm in England until sometime August. I'll report more at a later date.
Talk to me 'bout Gurren Lagann, kk?? ¬u
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So, it's the 19th of August, I'm home for the 3rd day. So, I figure I could give a little report of what I have been up to.
I was away from July 11 and mostly lived with my mom and her boyfriend (I had to be an interpretor for them since mom's English is rather shitty); when my brother had a week of morning shifts, I stayed with him like last year. Since mom's bf Ian had a car and was renting a house, not a single room in a house, I got to see more of the British way (I saw a bunch of commercials), including towns, roads and food.
I've been to Rochester, Chatham, Hastings, Dover and possibly elsewhere, but I don't remember. I didn't go to London even once this time around. Been to Howlett's Animal Park, Hastings Blue Reef Aquarium (where I got my plushie shark Fishman Stig), small amusement park (took a look). I got to see rays flapping, gorillas eating shit and humping each other, elephants who didn't smell like poo and instead where cute and playful, invisible wolves, bunch of views that I didn't care much for... because both my mom and brother took me for long walks. I got to enjoy a bit of clothes shopping (though nothing I liked came in my size) and One Piece shopping - 3 new volumes for me (#2, #3, #6).
Well, it was a month, so a lot happened. There were also lazy days when I spent most of my day watching TV. I got spoiled by the TV-guide that I got to reach with a button. I did get to see a lot of movies thanks to bro! Went to the cinema to see Transformers 3 (though we originally intended to see X-Men: First Class there). That cinema was really small though, smallest I've ever seen.
So... Yeah. It was nice. I forgot how I spent the first part of summer though. And now I feel all weird at home, haha. Oh well... Do tell how you've been, if you haven't written a journal about it