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... lady. Really tempted to buy it at £68 but concerned about the weight and Julie admired a necklace for £26. Said we would have a drink and discuss if we buy or not. Had the worst latte, the milk had been burnt, and it had no taste. Julie had a chocolate thick shake which she said tasted like coffee. I had a sip and it had no taste ( are my taste buds going along with my sense of smell?). Asked the cafe owner where else to look for antiques and ...
... bills as well. Then he shook his hand, turned back to his wife and carried on walking. I cannot describe how this made me feel, but it brought me to the realization that we don't have to go anywhere to see amazing things as they happen everyday. We just have to open our eyes to them and do our part. It made me grateful for what I have, a roof over my head, a job to support my ambitions and the world at my ...
... leave. Great to know where the priorities are in this family. I manage to get Monday off to spend with my 2 oldest cousins, Layla and Zeina, which was actually really good. The day was pretty nice, and I even got to wear my jandles. We walked around the town for the morning, playing on the archades, and going through the fair. I dicided to covince them to go on this thing called the sling shot. What is does is fling you up in the air about 150 metres, ...
... I will be able to keep my loved ones up to date with my day-to-day going ons from the other side of the world. Also, it is a nifty little way in which my experiences, joys and fears will be immortalised in a little dusty corner of the internet (again, if I attempted a diary I would lose it, somehow I don't think I am quite capable of misplacing the internet).
The basic plan for my trip is to ...
... and alterations in 14th, 15th and 16th centuries, and a restoration in the 19th century. It served the residents of the nearby Snarford Hall, including the St Paul (or St Pol) family, but nothing now remains of the hall The church was declared redundant in July 1995.
St Lawrence's church is constructed in limestone with tiled roofs. Its plan consists of a nave, a chancel with a north chapel, and a west tower. The tower dates from the 12th century. It has one ...
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