Laura’s dad is having a power nap; her mum, my parents, Laura and I are sat in the living room. Bags are packed, iPad is charging, travel clothes are being worn.
We’re about to leave Cornwall for the late night drive to Heathrow before our 7.20 flight. After months of planning, buying things, researching, getting married, moving out and packing, we are about to start our round the world honeymoon with our flight to Moscow. Dasvidanya home!
For the next week anyway.
After being so proud of how much stuff we’d managed to get rid of it still took us two van and four car loads to move all of our belongings back home.
Luckily we have some patient parents who turned up to help us clean, dismantle and help with the heavy lifting and now all of our worldly belongings are now neatly packed in attics and garages.
Although, unfortunately I seem to have packed the playstation games right at the back so it all might all have to come out again.
Apart from that we can now enjoy a week of refining our packing list and saying some goodbyes before we head off one week today!
Saying goodbye to our house in Falmouth before our Round the World Honeymoon
I’m writing this in my living room, sat in a camping chair, surround by boxes and drinking prosecco.
We’re currently 3 weeks away from the first flight of our round the world honeymoon and we are moving out of our house in 8 days. Somehow whilst living together for 6 years we have amassed a lot of stuff – stuff that needs to go somewhere while we travel the world for a year.