Lifescout #58

Trip Start Apr 13, 2013
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Tuesday, September 24, 2013

Ok, so today wasn't all that exciting.

But I did meet people who made it more fun.

I got the oddest wake up call ever. I got woken by the hostel cleaner coming in to clean the room I was in...at 10:30.

But I did get up quite quickly, and did the same for breakfast as I did yesterday. I am to cautious of spending money at all to have the desire to buy 3 meals a day...so I buy the buffet breakfast for 4p, wrap the croissant and the fruit and have it for lunch.

Problem solved!

But sadly, that is the only problem solved today.

I got a Rubik's cube. Yes...I am a decade behind the rest of the first world people. But no, I cannot solve this stupid box thing.

I am doing this purely because I am slowly but surely working my way through Alex Day's lifescout badges. They are a great way of keeping keenly interested in life...even the small things.

Well put it this way...I got the guy at the shop to mix it up, so I could do it without any cheating. I started it at 2, and did it for 4 hours until I needed to get up to go to the bathroom.

It was then that I fell straight back down again, and pretty much fainted due to lack of food. I never did eat lunch..

Well, after I stopped getting stars in my eyes and picked myself off the floor, I got my stuff and headed to the train. I am heading back to Tim & Chris's tonight.

I met a lovely guy there who I got talking to. His name was Alex and he worked for the underground. He was so lovely, and had the most random but awesome customer service I think I have ever seen!

But now I am on a train. Back out of London and on to the next stage of my adventure...which you will hear about on Friday so stay tuned! Ahhh...the suspense :P

Lisa xo
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Trish on

Rubik's cubes are WAY more than ten years out of date. Almost retro, now...you'll be ready when they come back into fashion.

Say more about Alex Day's awards...

John on

I never had the patience for Rubik's cubes.

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