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... many of these little pie things but I'm obsessed with them so whatev) but I also got 2 packs of chicken, 1 pack of ground beef, and some shrimp! Trying to mix it up! On our homestay last weekend, we had these little mini pies and I fell in love so I searched through Tesco and found them! The ones that I know we had at the Robinson's are a brand called Mr. Kipling. The box comes with 6 mini pies filled with apple, black currant and cherry. I don't know why I'm ...
... all the things that were familiar to me and then Mrs. Robinson told us the black thing was black pudding (a conglomeration of fat, pork and dried BLOOD). I tried a bit of everything but couldn't manage to eat more than a bite of the black pudding. We then got dressed and went into Falkirk and visited The Callendar House. There was also a cross country meet going on outside so it was bustling with people. We explored every room in the house and ...
... a member of school staff, who shall remain nameless, found out that her bag tipped the scales at almost 26Kgs!!
Mrs Thomson gave out the hats, (anything to lower that 26Kg case – oops!), that were donated by Tunnocks and we all gathered for the customary photo shoot. Hats on - hats off was the call of the day and the ever present Scottish flag and trip mascot ‘Teddy’ made their debut. With a scene from something like a ...
... re not expecting it. I want to enjoy and 'feel' places rather than race to the next destination. Besides, it seems to fit in line with our new career move: vagabond.
- 1. wandering from place to place without any settled home.
- 2. nomadic.
- 3. leading an unsettled or carefree life.
- 4 having an uncertain or irregular course or direction.
... suburbs of Melbourne. But the icing on the cake was arriving by train into Edinburgh yesterday to a city sprinkled with the fairy dust of winter snow. It was breathtaking (or maybe that was the zero degrees on the thermometer?) Europeans do a Christmas Market so well. I am assured the original and the best are in German towns such as Cologne or Nuremberg, but Belfast offered up a ripper, and Edinburgh....well it quite simply rocked. ...
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