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... an eye on ahead to anticipate where you might need to slow down or stop. If you have to make a move you should do it slowly by applying your breaks gradually. If you see that you have to take a corner up ahead, look up and anticipate it and then reduce your speed before you approach the corner.
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Rainy weather will reduce visibility, so make sure that you have ...
... only 3 D&T teacher training facilities left in England. Whilst this is a concern (similarly to Australia) it is not a surprise. You can learn more about the uni here:
I found out a few interesting things about the education of teachers in England today. Each year the government assesses the amount of teachers currently working in the system. Assesses the number due to retire and then generates a number of teachers that the universities needs ...
... to dump his bags. The place was pretty modest, but I reckon if you'd told Daniel a few days ago he had the chance to go to a Champions League game to see Liverpool play, he'd have happily slept outside! Following this, we made our way towards the station, but had to go via the bank. Unbelievably, we walked past the Liverpool shop and didn't go in. Daniel did say he had two more days to be in there though. God help him! We had to go via the bank because that long lost woman on ...
... owner gives us directions and we are on our way again. This area is very hilly, but the hills are smooth and covered in soft tufts of grass. We make it to our hotel, finally. The b&b building was built in the 1700's as a coach house for the Earl of Pembroke, the big cheese in these parts. The proprietor is a kindly, older gentleman who regales us over a pint on the history of the region. Elizabeth is in heaven. But we have to wake up really early tomorrow so we don't linger too long with ...
We left York full of rain and grey clouds. The beautiful city had transformed to somewhere slightly humid and grey. Nic was in charge of finding our lunch today- I was immersed in my 44 Scotland street novel. He came back with tomato flavoured buns, some muesli bars and nectarines. It was a good choice. My novel is beautiful. Makes me so happy that I have been to Edinburgh and ...