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... For Lions Twitter account. And for the first time I heard about canned hunting in South Africa. I was chocked and appalled! Farming lions for trophy hunting. Legally!! What had our world come to? This new knowledge fuelled my fire - this had to be stopped! I became quite good at social media campaigning. Then one day - completely out of the blue - a tweet arrived. An unexpected line of words. It was that kind of tweet that have the power to cause change. It contained a question ...
... the gap between rich and poor and making available funds for education, healthcare and other important services ~ A cultural shift in banking is needed with a focus on serving the public. Networks of community banks would not experience the losses or pay the bonuses of publicly-owned banks. ~ Scotland could become a no-nuke zone if they become independent. The UK's fleet of nuclear submarines based on Scotland's west coast would need to find a new home. ~ Scotland has a history, ...
... by volcanic activity 340 million years ago and gouged by glaciers during the ice age. There is some interesting history behind calton hill. The town purchased the land in 1724 and established it as one of Britain's first public parks. It currently hold court in both old town and new town. It was a short hike to the top of the hill but the view was worth every stair.....Literally...stairs! (Edinburgh-the city of stairs). Once I reached the top ...
... and waiting chambers. There the tour guide left us and the "kings squire" took us through the kings chambers and into the queens where the the "queens maidservant" showed us all of the tapestries lining the walls of the palace. We soon left the castle after the tour had finished because it was getting dark. It gets dark here at 4pm and makes you want to go to sleep. ...
... or even circles. Its geometry is formal and supremely planned punctuated by parks, monuments, churches and national buildings. The height of the buildings and the orientation and width of the streets ensure that sightlines are preserved and that as much of the well-needed natural light (and wamth) is attained. I grew curious about what brought this about and was surprised by what I learned. It put the development of New Town into perspective. New ...