Our Big Fat India Trip: Final Post
The view from our walks in the morning
Apologies for not keeping this up as much as I had planned. To be very honest, after 2 weeks, I sort of got into my holiday groove and could not be bothered to write anything. There’s been some highlights. Our friends came over which was loads of fun and it changed the vibe from chilled family time, to a bit more towards partying with friends time. There are some amazing stories, but I’ll leave them on the beach where they belong. If I tell you we were chased down the road by a monkey and that was only the 3rd most interesting this that happened that day, you start to get the idea.
The local kids could be future CEOs with the business brains they have
As I write this now I’m very much missing home. Not just the material things I’m longing for, like cider, Sky+, thick matreses, quick wifi, electricity that doesn’t cut out once a day, soft pillows, pork sausages and football on at a godly hour, I’m also missing family, friends and London itself. No matter how much we moan about it, it’s still the greatest city in the world.
It’s been an amazing break, and I feel fully rested and ready to take on 2012 with a clear head and a passion to make our business fantastic. But most importantly I’ve realized how much my little family mean to me and how lucky I am to have both of them. Spending so much time with Poppy has changed our relationship from “I love her because she’s my daughter.” to “She’s my little buddy.” We play constantly, have our own songs we sing, and I’ve learnt so much about her. She’s incredible.
So goodbye Goa and hello London, you beautiful mess you! Thanks for reading and have a wonderful 2012.