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    Paris & Cardiff

    I am off tomorrow to Paris and Wales for just over a month. My knee is giving me grief so i won't be taking my beloved wf (sniff!). Instead I will be Taking a sub-0-G that i bought at deep discount in iceland to carry all the wool and other goodies i bought there. Of course i will be using my packing cubes and taking my copilot as the personal item.

    Because there may be a great temp difference between Paris and Wales and we will have laundry facilities in both places i am relaxing my rule of three and talking 5 tops, 5 undies, sandals and an extra pair of shoes as well as the usual 3 bottoms,1 dress, pjs sweater, raincoat and sun hat. I also have to take an air mattress because the accommodation in Paris is a studio apt. And i dont wish to share a bed.

    When i was in Ottawa recently i discovered a new to me clothing line - Kaliyana Artwear. I bought some pieces and think they will be great for travelling.

    Total weight - around 16 lb.

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    Jealous!! Need a Sherpa? Just think: for the measly cost of flights and accommodations you could have a strapping young lad such as myself carry your preferred western flyer through airport terminals and train stations! Some of the added benefits of taking me include: added security, polite dinner time conversation, convenient person to blame when you get lost, and from working with cirque du soleil I can speak québécois French which I imagine is easier for the welsh to understand than the Parisians.

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    Miking...I have never missed the Like button on the mobile forums as much as I do right now!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Miking View Post
    Jealous!! Need a Sherpa? Just think: for the measly cost of flights and accommodations you could have a strapping young lad such as myself carry your preferred western flyer through airport terminals and train stations! Some of the added benefits of taking me include: added security, polite dinner time conversation, convenient person to blame when you get lost, and from working with cirque du soleil I can speak québécois French which I imagine is easier for the welsh to understand than the Parisians.
    Wow! If I'd realised you offered such an impressive array of services I would have taken you on my recent trip to the UK and France!

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    Sounds likea great idea, Miking. I've always wanted my own Sherpa! The conversation would be a bonus. I've never thought of Sherpas as particularly talkative!
    Last edited by jannilee; 08-03-2013 at 07:07 PM.

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    Hey Miking! Where are you? I thought we were meeting at the gate??? Off to Montreal then Paris! In the end i took my synapse instead of the copilot and pcsb. Somehow the copilot doesn't have the full TARDIS capabilitile of the synapse.
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