Pitch perfect…or not

Aaaand we have lift off!

I practically legged it out of work this morning, handing over in a fairly haphazard manner (all well, nae issues).

Airport parking – tick.  Easy as pie.  Number plate recognition very swish.

Checked in.  Priority security not even required (just incase I got stuck at work, you can’t be too careful).  Security empty.  And now at my customary coffee/meal pre flight.

I managed a wee kip this morning which I suspect will tide me until the flight.

I bought a beautiful new journal for this trip.  I like having a small portable something I can slip into my back pack and carry around.

So far I am marvelling at my own organisation.  Except of course I haven’t managed to get hold of currency.  I have read however that this is fairly easy to acquire on the other side.

Oh well, nothing I can do about it now…

I spent my shift intermittently squealing and then almost forgetting.  I suspect it won’t hit me until I touch down.

I bought a beautiful ice blue fleece which already makes me feel warm and snug.

Packing was so much fun. Pulling out all my old Nepal goodies.  Down jacket – tick.  Ice grips – tick.  Guide book – tick.  

I haven’t told you everything we are up to yet have I?!

Well here is a little synopsis:

City Walking Tour
Blue Lagoon
Glacier walk and Northern Lights

This one involves a few waterfalls, a bit of volcano and some sort of meat fest.

We had great fun on one of our shifts emulating Anna Kendrick from Pitch Perfect and after some hardcore practising perfected our Cup Song.

Sadly I can’t post it incase there is some sneaky patient information hanging about, so why not have the master herself instead?

When I’m gone, when I’m gone

You’re gonna miss me when I’m gone

You’re gonna miss me by my hair

You’re gonna miss me everywhere

Oh I know you’re gonna miss me when I’m gone

Cup Song

See you on the flip!


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