So I’m off the the US for few weeks on Sunday, it’s a bit of a pain given the timing and it will put back the move for I would suspect at least a month but these things can’t be helped. Part of the reason I’m moving is because of these sudden trips out.
So over the past few days I’ve been sorting out my flat ready for let/buy I’ve had a few estate agents round to give me their views with one still to go and another few booked in for next week.
So my passport was returned a little earlier. It takes up a page in my passport and rather redundantly contains a photo of me, which my as my boss put it makes me look like a serial killer (which I guess is par for the course).
Anyway I have my licence to live and work in the US just now need to sort out a few of the in-between steps.
Spent saturday going from estate agent to estate agent finding none of them had anyone useful in on a saturday. This meant I spent monday fielding calls from the people I wanted to talk to on saturday . None of them wouldn’t talk details over the phone so I had to make appointments with them. The up shot of which is I’ll be seeing a range of them over the next two weeks.
So today I had my appointment at the US Embassy which is in London. I had to get there for 10am so it meant getting up early and catching the 8:15 train to London Paddington.
It’s about a twenty minute walk to the embassy from the station which takes you past marble arch and the corner of hyde park. It was a nice enough day and I had time so I wandered over.
So as some of you are aware my employer is moving me to the US
It's been a while in the works, they decided having me closer would make the visiting customers thing a mite easier rather than an 12h plane journey it'll be a short drive or an hour or so's plane journey.
Some time ago my employer decided it might be better if I were to move to the US from the UK. I’ve made this blog with the intention of covering my experience moving to and then living in the US.
I heard this in a podcast the other night
Assassins Creed 2
The first challenge when coming to play the long awaited Dragons Age was that Steam had gone and broken itself, it got stuck in a loop trying to update the games which meant I couldn't run any of them.