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... speaking a bit of english asking me if I needed help. I told him the hostel name and he said follow me! leaving his shop behind to guide me through a bunch of alleyways right to my hostel! I couldn't believe how kind he was to walk out his own store just to guide this poor lost white guy.
After getting installed into my hostel, I met some guys from the US, Germany and Canada and we headed out for some drinks on the town. ...
... sup> 1945, I could see that some Americans might say that the explanation of the history of why the decision was made to drop the bomb was biased. At the time of the bombing Germany had already surrendered, Japan was getting weaker, no warning of the bomb was given, and the USS had just joined the war as well against Japan, so it does appear that it was possible WWII may have ended without the use of two nuclear bombs. I personally don't think their account was biased, ...
... Tim gave a wee testimony talk about his last year working for his church in Glasgow. He talked about how as a small student group they inspired each other with stories of revival from around the world and how it’s important to grow in faith for God to do great works in our own spheres. God does not need much to do a lot, just people who are willing. He spoke on the importance of worship from the heart and how that is what connected the student group to ...
... devilishly back at me from the centre of a personalised plate .
"Cinderella Gina" had been inscribed in chocolate, alongside a picture of a shoe, rose and a clock striking 12.
The twelve year old girl inside me leapt out and did cartwheels. From that moment on it was pure magic.
We all stepped into the fairytale and let our imaginations run wild.
If we needed the "powder room" with the tinkle of a bell and a unison of ...
When I was a kid one of my favourite books was called Boy.
An autobiography by Roald Dahl, it described the horrific experiences the children's author underwent during boarding school in 1930s Britain.
The worst was `bog-warming`; Dahl was forced by his prefects to literally pull his pants down and sit on a frozen toilet seat, melting the frost with his body heat, so that one of his bullies could take a dump in relative comfort half an ...
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