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... touching them over the years and you can be immersed in the waters at a purpose built block just around the corner. Not sure what to make of the many visitors looking for a cure or easing of their pain who make it here in good faith, but if they find solace you can't really hold it against them. I didn't see any sign of the holy spirit myself but hey, who am I to judge.
From here we headed to the Dordogne, which in fact is just the name of a river which runs through ...
We had a beautiful day for our leisurely drive to Black Horse via the M/A27 and then up to Crawley and the M23/ M25.
We had 2 rabbits on the pitch to welcome us. After dinner I realised that we had left the bananas behind, so ...
... turned in to the Channel. The last night was a very bumpy one for which Roisin kept watch through most of it.
So, that’s what the Hodgson’s got up to for Christmas 2014. It was an interesting experience. The staff and crew had pulled all the stops out to make the cruise special from the fantastic centre piece in the atrium that must had taken hours of preparation down to the silly Santa hats that the waiters and waitresses were made to wear for the entire ...
... Muffin was introduced to us over breakfast one morning in the dining room. It was morning and it was a meal and there are limited choices but the poor woman was having a devilish time coming up,with her order. Finally eggs, bacon etc AND a blueberry muffin. The Stewart came by with the croissants and muffins and she said no, three times. Finally the waiter can by and asked if she had changed her mind having sent her muffin away. No, it seems she didn't know they were for her. ...
My alarm monotonously rang and rang at 4:30am, I have recently moved house therefore everything feels different. It’s sort of a task for me at the moment to find out where home actually is. The UK is my country but France, America and Africa all feel like home. With university approaching, I will soon be moving again; as it’s early September it’s still quite humid. The UK isn’t home anymore but ...