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... was going to collect the wife and we were all going to head for the "2 Sours". We waited and waited, the kids going stir crazy until we cracked and simply went on our own. By this time it was 15:30 and, although they were going to feed us they had a limited menue. Fortunately they elders joined us soon after otherwise they would have to go hungry. On our way back Jane's face suddenly lit up - she had spotted "Mrs ...
... the meaning of the term diet is closer to "starving" than a real diet. An individual will not have to to avoid food. You just have to take in the right nutrients in the correct proportions. Don't completely cut out carbohydrates in your eating plan because that may put your body into survival mode and actually try to order just as much as it can and therefore produce "stored" energy a.k.a fats. The historic pattern of eating smaller ...
The van is packed-food, drink, clothes and books are all on board. Beck has left for her house in France and we followed soon after. We got down to the Hawthorn Farm campsite at Martin Mill by 2pm and met up with our friends Tim and Maggie, of Exclusive Wine Tours fame! ...
... result we spend a lot of time washing-up and peeling potatoes, whereas the boys were able to go off and play all day. They have a very religious upbringing, which is massively contrasted by the fact that every girl over the age of 16 has a kid. There was even one 19 year old with a 6 year old baby! Our family found it hilarious when we had a discussion about evolution, they kept laughing, and were in hysterics over the fact we believe in the dinosaurs. They brought it up at every ...
... br> DAY 2 IN MAIDSTONE - May 23, 2012 - DAY TRIP TO STAPLEHURST
After breakfast we walked up High street towards the Chequer's Mall and the central bus depot. We caught the #5 bus to Staplehurst. Along the way we got several glimpses of oast houses that were used to dry the hops that this area used to be famous for. When we got to Staplehurst we got off the bus near Chapel Lane where a Boorman ancestor used to have a ...
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