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9th October 2012
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if you could take all the love without giving any back, would you do it? yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah
so after more than two years travelling around the continent of south america i touched down on english soil a few days ago. it feels a little surreal to be back, everything seems both familiar and strange at the same time. day one was spent fighting a losing battle to keep awake from my jet-lagged, sleep deprived state. day two involved walking to a rainy town centre in flip-flops and looking for a wardrobe to better suit the autumnal english climate. then today, day three, i went food shopping and had a near religious experience. the choice, oh the endless choice, was close to overwhelming. there was a whole aisle full of cheese - if you can imagine that. countless varieties of crisps... more than three different types of beer... bacon, english muffins, mushrooms... i mean it was like a market, only super. i'm fully aware this novelty will soon wear off, but i've found that stuffing bacon sandwiches into my face does help with the readjustment.

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09/10/2012
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so after more than two years travelling around the continent of south america i touched down on english soil a few days ago. it feels a little surreal to be back, everything seems both familiar and strange at the same time. day one was spent fighting a losing battle to keep awake from my jet-lagged, sleep deprived state. day two involved walking to a rainy town centre in flip-flops and looking for a wardrobe to better suit the autumnal english climate. then today, day three, i went food shopping and had a near religious experience. the choice, oh the endless choice, was close to overwhelming. there was a whole aisle full of cheese - if you can imagine that. countless varieties of crisps... more than three different types of beer... bacon, english muffins, mushrooms... i mean it was like a market, only super. i'm fully aware this novelty will soon wear off, but i've found that stuffing bacon sandwiches into my face does help with the readjustment.

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