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Travel Blogs from Canterbury
... I've done the same. White wine and triangle push-ups we've learned to be quite the anesthetic. She got her first apartment, and I went off to school; even living in two tandem universes we were always there at the drop of a dime for one another.
We all know people who just deserve good things.. in order to affirm everything we want to believe about Karma, and feeding good energy into the universe like a boomerang that’s supposed ...
*Plus 1-5 day incubation period for Rhinovirus (sounds intimidating but colloquially known as a common cold). Results will vary.
PHASE 1: Attend a children's playground. For legality precautions I'm going to suggest not during peak daytime hours, touch everything (NEEDLESS TO SAY: excluding children) and refrain from washing your hands before next meal.
PHASE 2: Await ...
... that if you want something in life you should just go for it. After all, nothing is ever handed to us on a plate and only you can make things happen in your own life.
Now our adventure has begun we will endeavor to post our experiences as we move from place to place, documenting both good and bad on this site, so you can journey through with us. Watch this ...
... have their M&S fix in the new shopping centre on the other side of town.
There have been very few rabbits of note on this trip, well not that I can remember anyway. But I stunned the team with an announcement that we had in fact visited our 40th county town on this trip. It seems that up until 1972 Canterbury was unusual (but not unique) in being both a city and a county. It was a county corporate i.e. a town with rights under charter ...
... a bizarre set up where you had to drive a bit past other business to get to it off the main road.
We then paid our amount & went in. The first thing we saw were black cranes which were lovely. They quite a few animals in there park: wolves, red deer, white cranes, red squirrels (manic little things running around), eagle owls (which were HUGE by the way), bison, wild boars, badgers, wild horses, ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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