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... 1870, and is still in use today for weekly services. After walking past the Catholic Church I run into the University of Manchester, which has beautiful buildings and is located right next to MMU. All the buildings belonging to Manchester Metropolitan University are located around a central park! The park is always filled with students eating lunch and just enjoying the view. MMU has over 30,000 students, therefor you rarely see the same person ...
... I feel I've become nicer (well not sure that everyone can agree with me on that one lol) and more compassionate
-I've overcome some tough personal challenges and I'll thank my dearest Aimee for that. Because despite our distance, she's always been there for me, it's like we're holding hands across the ocean and pulling each other back up when the other falls
-I managed to forgive the 2 people who offended me the most in my life and I have to say it's a relief ...
... was like something off a boxing match weigh in, with only a 23kg allowance. Would we have to unpack and cause a scene? Bex weighed in a a subtle 21.7kg, Nat's weighed in at a precarious weight of 22.9kg! Phew we were safe for this leg of the journey. Leaving teary mums, silent dads and our will, we headed through security. As always Nat got searched and Bex strolled through but little did she know both bags were going to get inspected. We waited for about 20mins behind a ...
Our unscheduled holiday to the other side of the world comes about not because Oz is on our bucket list of priority destinations (certainly not mine) but simply because of Alice. Who's Alice? This is our lovely daughter who decided to to take leave of her job in paediatric nursing in Neonatal Intensive Care to ...
After finally managing to cram all the clothes "I'm sure I'll need" into my bag, getting the zip to close (ignoring all those sites/ bloggers who recommend leaving 1/4 to 1/3 of your bag empty), loading my old iPod with as much music as it will hold (not much) grabbing a few hours sleep and then saying a big goodbye to mum and Ryan, dad picked me up and drove me across the pennies to Manchester airport. Having been here many times before it didn't feel too strange, especially when ...