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... accommodation voucher and driving reference in separate poly pockets, arranged chronologically in one slim, professional-looking file. All for nothing. Because I left it there. On the chair. Eighty miles away at this point. Nothing like a sudden drama to make you reconsider whether it's safe for you to travel halfway across the planet without a ...
... They apparently even handed out seeding calenders.
If you want to know more about the keep itself, you’ll have to ask Alexis, as she stole my audio tour player by means of asking nicely, and listened to the funny bloke all the rest of the way. Her english grades better be amazing.
We left the castle and ambled about the old town until we found the old Victorian market place, where we bought enough food to give us two homecooked meals. ...
... Weeping angels? Nah, not important, where are my Daleks?
The museum itself was quite interesting, although it is painfully obvious how much was chucked in the garbage back when BBC thought it was but a passing fad. A lot of the old collection, including a whole tardis console, is on loan from private collections. Unfortunately, the atrociously pink outfit from Sarah Jane Smith survived. More fortunate, we got to walk around in the ...
... Ben took Drew, one of Drew's friends and us to St David's to go to the "blue lagoon", an old quarry on the edge of the ocean that has filled with water but still has high levels in which we could cliff jump from. We got there and everyone was wearing wet suits, we were in board shorts and Kata was in a string bikini. It was very cold, but a lot of fun!! That night when we got home Vicki had arranged babysitters so ...
... its distinctive shape). For their part, the Allies launched some 15,000 Mills bombs—a weapon designed by William Mills and introduced in May 1915. A 1.25-pound grenade with a serrated exterior, the Mills bombs were designed to break into fragments upon detonation, inflicting the maximum amount of damage. Improved throughout the war, they quickly became the leading British grenade. Pozieres Ridge finally fell to the Allies on August 4, 1916, after two weeks of exhausting ...
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