Dominitus (dominitus) wrote,

Feeling better

I'm feeling a lot better than I was yesterday about this whole moving out bizzo. So many people keep telling me that everything will work out, and I won't have any problems, that it's hard not to believe them. I had a really good and worry-free night's sleep, I have my hostel booked, although I'm only half-sure how to get there - I'm checking that out next.

Anyway, I know it could be worse. All I have to do is kill three weeks, and even if I don't do it in Europe, I'm sure I could do it here without wasting too much cash. Thus my confidence rises slightly.

All I have to worry about now is keeping my gear safe. Hopefully I can hire a locker to put my laptop and airline tickets in, or buy a padlock as there's a cage under each bed you can lock stuff in. I need a couple more locks anyway.

Off the topic, I noticed something strange on my passport today. When I came back in to the UK from France, they'd stamped my passport with a 'Leave to enter for Six Months' stamp. Previously, I had a 'Leave to enter for/until: four months' (the four months was written in manually) stamp. Hmm. Does this mean my entry visa has been extended by 2 months, or 6 months, or 0 months? Interesting.

Ok well I'm off to do some more updating, and to find out exactly where I need to go to get to my hostel when I get in to London today.

Bye all, stay safe, wish me luck.


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