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... which you'd think would be pretty straightforward. When the drinks were served, we were rendered incredulous to find that the bartender had forgotten to put in the chocolate. Yes...the chocolate (it's right there in the name, dude!).
Needless to say, we didn't spend too much time there before heading out, rain be damned, in search of food. The food was perhaps the cheapest we had encountered ...
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... going to have many yeast infections.
Sweating creates a moist, humid environment. In order to prevent a yeast infection from growing, eliminate moisture. You need to wear natural (preferably organic) fabrics when possible. Cotton tends to breathe much better, which contributes to less sweating. Synthetic fibers, such as Lycra and spandex, should be avoided. Materials such as these retain moisture.
Do not use anything that is scented or irritating. A lot of women ...
... like something out of Emmerdale. Nice and warm though after alking around the gardens. Out for tea tonight at the Longs Arms, where Ang works, with Kirsty, Paul, Little Man, Ang & John and Lynn and Julian. A real nice dinner that Mag and I paid for as a thank you for the hospitality we have had at the Mills Hotel. Ang introduced me to a nice stout that I hadn't tried before, nearly as nice as Guinness. Back to Semington for a last JD and off to ...
... late getting onto the flight which started to make me nervous, as we were to land in Manchester at 8am, and I had booked a train from Manchester airport at 9am to Carlisle. I started to cross my fingers and hope we would make it in time.
The flight was absolutely delightful, for the most part. I had three seats to myself, all the leg room IN THE WORLD, and obviously, a cracking view out of the window. For my £34 I paid for the flight, I felt spoiled. I was brought a ...