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... so being the person I am I smiled at the driver, who smiled back at me. It took me a second to work out who it was...DYNAMO! The magician guy! I was on a bus, and the kid behind was laughing so I turned to see what the kid looked like (to see if the laugh matched the kid...obviously). Talk about freak out! A splitting image of what I looked at that age! Hair colour and style, skin colour, red cheeks, eyes. Everything! It was a "wooaaahhhh" ...
... boutique!! Naturally, we gave it a go! The feeling is utterly bizarre, initially like being tickled in a vibrating foot massager, then you start feeling each of their individual little mouths taking tiny little bites, almost like kisses, out of the skin on your feet, and then once the shock has worn off it becomes almost like a relaxing from of pins and needles. It is really, really freaky. ...
... keeps building up, taking its toll on the health. As such, in order to get away from the stressful environment and get rejuvenated, taking a girls’ trip is the best solution so that you can relax and in the process establish a better bond with your friends. However, going on any trip has its share of hassles and problems that have to be anticipated and ironed out during the planning stage so that you have a hassle-free and ...
... others will make you feel so much better after.
5) Be less shallow.
I can live with only having a few t-shirts, pairs of shorts and dresses. I don't need all the clothes in my wardrobe at home. Also I have started to worry less about my appearance now as I wore very little make up on the trip, I think I will go out more at home without it. The curly hair is still going to take a lot of persuading to wear out at home but I'm learning ...
... The bus took us down Kingsland Road through the suburb of Shoreditch. Shoreditch seems to be going through a renaissance, but you can see it was an area of poor housing and poverty, and hence the needs for an alms-house. Originally the Museum was an alms-house for the elderly residents who could no longer work to earn enough to pay rent. Travelling down the Kingsland Road we went past the smallest house I’ve seen since we ...