So this is my last reflections from the trip. So I've got two more to go. I've got London and I've just got the trip as a whole. So what London taught me was just a really simple little thing, but it's just to love on yourself and look after yourself a bit. Like in London, you know, the wife went out to watch Aladdin with the daughter, and I went out for drinks for the night, and we spent a bit more money than we normally would. We stayed at the nicest hotel that we did on the trip. Had a man with a hat that carried your bags, and all kinds of fun things like that. But I guess, yeah, what it taught me was it's okay to like splurge from time to time, and it's actually really a positive thing. You need to make sure that you are reaping the benefits of, I guess, what you've put in.
You know, we spent an entire trip, six weeks, traveling around. You know, not living poorly, but not living extravagantly, either. We've been smart with our money, too. So, yeah, it's taught me just make sure that every now and then, you know, you're kind of doing something special, something to remember. And if that means it's going to cost some money, then that's okay. Don't stress about it. If that's all you do is spend money and live extravagantly, then maybe you need to check that again. But, yeah, that's kind of what London taught me. We were only there for three days, but a nice little snippet there as well. Cheers.