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... species and 500 individuals is really a sight to behold, especially from the bottom floor, where a new 30 foot wide plexiglass viewing area has been installed. The layout and the artistry (the reef is artificial) is incredibly well done.
Despite the frostiness of the day, with icy winds blowing off the harbor, our day was superb, one of those simply planned days that end up surprising with the glories to be had from our neighbors to the north.
... see:skin tight) t-shirts. A decent incentive to get into shape, if they weren't $60 a throw. On a whim I inadvertently bought a body building stretchy tight long sleeved tee on one of the many swimming/shopping day trips to Swansea Stu, Del, Chris and I used to embark on in my sixth form days. When I got home and really noticed it's figure hugging unflatteringness it subsequently got shelved. That is until a few years ago when I started wearing it under a ...
I was a bit worried about going to this hairspray loving city - weirdly it didn't seem at all like in the movie. We had a lovely apartment to stay in found on airbnb - which have come in handy as our local residence to register our new van. We moved hard and fast and managed to source, buy and register a van within 28hrs and only one nights paid accommodation. We have a van! High five! Baltimore will have a special place in our ...
... Even though I have very mixed feelings about Texas, the tattoo which was now a burning sensation on my spinal cord gave me a sense of strange comfort, as though everything had now been accounted for. As if I had done everything I needed to do to prepare for this new life ahead of me, which would begin in Nepal. As if I was ready for my journey. I drove blindly onward toward my final destination, The Colony, Texas, with no idea the things that I would have to confront; I had ...
... coffee house after we spent the evening exploring a "haunted", long-abandoned tuberculosis hospital. I remembered the first time she told me she loved me. It was over email. I remembered that the first time I kissed her was on her left cheek. I remembered the first time I saw her cry, she was crying about her sister. I remembered how great it had always felt to have someone I could just talk to, for hours and hours and hours. As these ...
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