Holiday Inn Milton Keynes
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... for a few hours on Sundays for people to see how everything works.
By then it was lunchtime and Andrew took us to the Xscape centre in the middle of town to have a lovely lunch at an Italian restaurant.
After lunch we walked past some interesting shops including one where you could climb a huge rockface inside the shop. We then got to the Snozone which was packed with teenagers skiing and snowboarding down the long slopes in the enclosed ...
... and falling into a destructive depression haunts me closely. These are the goals that I am pursuing
- Research in Quantum Information for my master thesis and hopefully leaving a good enough impression to increase the possibility of a a PHD in Philosophy of Physics. I really wish to prove to myself that I can be productive and disciplined given the proper circumstances.
- Training in Philosophy of Physics by ...
... the broth over the noodles, and as they absorb the liquid they become lo mein-y again. So cool! Actually, the flavor may have been better than Hunan Express. I know, I know, this sounds like sacrilege, but it was really good and I didn't have any reaction to it at all because it wasn't as greasy as the American style. Also got some spring rolls, which to quote my brother, were bangin'. I found another go-to spot when I pull the midnight office shift.
... size in less than ideal circumstance so there will be mistakes!
Around Feb or March a switched tripped in my head. I just need to get out, go see the world, break the mould, do something different. It's either that or get a house and (big breath) settle down. No thank you. Not quite yet, no matter how much Mama wants to hear the pitter patter of little feet. Frankly she should be glad she doesn't hear them already! Plus I like ...
... and jackets to give as a prize to the winning team.
As well ad HIV and TB, there is a problem with alcohol here. Chikankata mission, as it is a Salvation Army mission, is strictly dry, however the village next to it is not. You can but a shot of alcohol "Johnny's Brandy" for one pin. That's less than one pound. They sell it in sachets a bit like Capri Sun drinks. On one of Lisa's visit, she felt sorry for one poor chap and gave ...