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... kids to change their feelings about green vegies.
Most of us know how important vegies (and fruits) are and I hope this may give some parents some information on how to get their children to get over their 'fear'.
Let me know how you go and for those who don't have children yet, maybe take some notes and/or record the episode somewhere...
I haven't included a link on where to watch it, but I'm sure you'll find it!
... mile and dinner at "Angels and Bagpipes" The next day a tour of Edinburgh castle. We were present for the firing of the one o clock gun, which meant hordes of inexplicable crowds to see the gun (modern cannon firing blanks) go off once. We had a great spot which meant i had a Short French woman on my back with her camera by my ear. She gestured at phil and sam a lot and said things about them blocking the view. I gestured back at ...
Merry Christmas! It's Boxing Day, and the day after Kev and I's first Christmas together. Last year he was working and the previous was spent with our own families before venturing overseas.
The last month has been busy with Christmas parties and catch up's - Rob and Lawrence's party in Glasgow, work parties, the Edinburgh Christmas markets (seeing friends Kata and Gabor from Hungary who I worked with last year) ...
... could take after this -- a free walking tour Eva had strongly suggested, stand in line forever at the Edinburgh Castle, visit Holyrood Castle where the queen stays when she's in town, take a Hop-On-Hop-Off tour...but instead we went to the Dr. Jekyll and Hyde pub she had also mentioned.
What a find! We had a blast there. First the décor is just fun and awesome; For example, the entrance to the toilets completely blends into the wall,; there ...
... Ben Nevis here in Scotland, then the biggest in the UK at the Lake District " Scafell Pike and then Snowdonia in Wales. Not only do they have to climb each one they also have to drive to each destination within the 24 hours. Very impressed indeed, that is what you call a challenge. As for me and Rich, I don't think we will be doing much walking in the next day or two..lol. Happy Birthday to my brother Richard xx After eventually leaving the car park at Ben Nevis last night around 9pm ...