The focus of the My D office has been a little retro of late, as we’ve gazed fondly into the past and paid homage to those pioneers of travel to whom we owe so very much. We’ve even taken a look into the misty waters of our own history, and still have our fingers crossed for the day when we emerge as a beautiful swan. But instead of dwelling on the things that have been, we’ll snap out of our historical haze for the moment and contemplate what the future has to offer…all with a little help from our new found friends*.
*Please note that ‘friends’ in this instance may refer to people we intimidated/bribed into answering our questions. Thanks guys, you’re the best.
Once upon a time in New Zealand, a very large, very loud, hissing cockroach landed on Hannah’s head. In Florida, she mistook a jellyfish for a plastic bag and was promptly stung. In Newquay, a penguin with murderous intent tried to eat her shoe. Despite all this, Hannah can’t be kept away from touching things that she probably shouldn’t in foreign countries. This is probably a misguided attempt at experiential learning. She has lived in Cornwall most of her life and is still trying to adjust to the time difference in London, despite having moved there many months ago. When she grows up she wants to be a Mexican Luchador.
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