|How lovely to drink tea and eat muffins chatting together|
Ora, come ti avevo detto qualche tempo fa, io sono il tipo che le valigie le fa all'ultimo minuto. Ma non questa volta. Volendo partire con un bagaglio non troppo pesante, vorrei programmare l'abbigliamento giorno per giorno, come mi avevi suggerito tu prima della partenza per la Grecia: è un modo efficace per salvare spazio in valigia, così parto con la borsa mezza vuota, e posso tornare dopo averla riempita per bene!
|Can't wait to visit this huge Christmas market in manchester city center!!!|
E poi... non vedo l'ora di partireeeeeee!!
A prestissimo tatina cara, questa volta "dal vivo" :-)
Well, as I told you some time ago, I usually pack up just one day before leaving, putting inside my bag all I can find, sometimes forgetting something...but not this time! Since I would like to leave quite "light", keeping some space in the luggage for souvenirs and presents, I'm planning my day-by-day apparel, as you suggested before leaving to Greece. I'm sure it'll work!
I love bringing home pieces of places I visited, like souvenirs and fridge magnets. I need a fridge magnet of Manchester: last year I bought one, but it hadn't nothing to do with the city. So... I need a new one!
Moreover, since Christmas is close, It'll be full of Christmas markets, decorations, etc. and it won't be difficult for me to find some gift to be deliverd in the most joyous day of the year.
The only kind of purchase I have to avoid is a pair of shoes, and I hope you'll help me to resist to such a temptation (or my husband's going to cut off all my credit and debit cards!).
So, while a big pile of clothes is waiting for me to be ironed (and be put on my bag), I've already got through my things-to-do list:
- to buy the train ticket : check
- to buy some sterlings : check
- To put in stock some food for both Ale and our cat, Leo: to be done this morning
- to check-in online: to be done one day before departure
So SEE you soon Tatina, this time for real! :-)