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I'm woken by John climbing out of bed. It's 6am, still dark, and within seconds my alarm is tinkling a far too jolly tune for this time of day. I climb out too and switch off it and the air con.I
'd had a message from Cherry offering to take us to the airport but this is not possible as she has to take D'ny to school. I had a message last night from Note to say she would like to take us to the airport and asking what was our flight number. ...
without explaining what they were – I naturally kicked up and demanded a full
explanation of exactly what tests – turns out they wanted to swab it for
explosives!! Never asked me to remove my walking boots mind!?
The last leg back to London was on Lufthansa so I took full
advantage on the one hour flight, managing to ...
... could be your whole trip.
One key thing that I realised from Swansea, is that the Welsh are very friendly people. We had a few conversatinos with strangers just wondering if we needed help or where we were from. You don't find that sense of friendleness or outgoingness in England. Wales is definitely somewhere I could like to go again, if not maybe even live there in the future someday. I may already be starting to plan retirement. ...
... up with our friends at ACTT (Affordable Computers and Technology for Tanzania), the social enterprise that we support. ACTT(as the name implies) install affordable computer labs into schools and offer computer training to vulnerable youths in Tanzania. At present less than 5% of schools have computers so there is still plenty of work to be done.
Whilst with ACTT we hope ...
... of the monasteries, churches etc. England was a Roman Catholic country with the church answering to the Pope. Henry, anxious to have a male heir to continue his line sought a divorce from Catherine of Aragon (originally from Spain) in order to be able to marry Anne Boleyn, a hot babe who was a court lady-in-waiting. The Pope denied Henry's request so Henry promptly declared himself the leader of the now named Church of England. This declaration had the very real potential ...