Grange Moor Hotel
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... kitten and the puppy in the tattoo shop. Meeting our favourites: Jesus! Captain America! And our little Canadian boxer, Curtis. A seed falling from a tree and hitting Paige on the head. Eating scorpions and maggots. Lady boys: Annie from Bangkok, the girls from Chiang Mai and the dancing one from Krabi. Throwing our messages in bottles off the boat. Tash going mad and banging on the walls to shut up the ...
... for anyone to receive your salary week after week you have to document to operate on a daily basis to "earn your pay". This 9 to 5 may be financially and emotionally unfulfilling for you because there are financial limits even worse. The salary or hourly wage is usually capped per position, so it doesn't matter if you advance there are only so many levels to advance to and your usually grey and old by the time you reach the top of the pyramid and that's if you ...
... and blinis, brie and crackers, cider, and took it all to the park across from our hotel. Outstanding! And almost erased the memory of the bologna roast from the night before.
And so dear friends, the adventure is off to a great start. Cross your fingers and say a prayer to the Goddess that the weather holds for the Chelsea Flower Show onThursday (the forecast is not promising).
... watching a mosquito land on your arm and die instantly. Just don't ever apply before putting in/taking out contact lenses. Hannah can attest to that.
Baby wipes. So useful.
Currency card - we used Caxton cards, and saved an absolute fortune in bank fees. You just top it up with money every now and again, and withdraw currency at the current rate at any cash machine anywhere in the world.
Kindle - if you're a voracious reader, this ...
... guide lines. I have pretty much travelled by these anyway only this time I'm making a note of them, mainly to remind myself.
- Follow my gut instinct
- Stay flexible, adapt to changing plans.
- Push myself out of my comfort zone.
- If I'm not enjoying myself move on.
Let the adventure begin!