John, I’m glad I travelled when I did. I spent a small fortune but had a great time on each of my trips. I got to take my son to Greenland, Iceland, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Honduras, Guatemala and Colombia. I took my daughter to India, Nepal, Georgia, Armenia, Azerbaijan and Belarus. And I also went to Vietnam Nam, Cambodia, Japan and South Korea. And, as you say, I got to Antarctica. I did these trips because I love travelling but also because I don’t know when my travel insurance may become so expensive that travelling becomes unaffordable or I may become too ill to travel. And I got to make amazing memories with my children.
thankfully, my PSA is still <0.006. I may well have a lifetime of travel ahead of me but my next journey I’d getting this implant. After losing a few inches as a result of surgery, radiotherapy or both, it would be good if they did an enlargement but that isn’t on offer. Mores the pity.
Lyn - some of our overseas boarders have already left, but I do fear that some kids are going to get stuck here and then, yes, we may end up registering as a children’s home and have to conform to a whole different range of standards which in reality don’t apply to us. Even if schools do close, boarding schools may have people stranded. I could have to forfeit Easter.
And my implant surgery may be delayed because doctors will be diverted to other duties.
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