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... walk of designer shops you guessed it Bev walked into one and came out
over a “monkey” lighter. Then it was off
to the Lindenhof, Zurich’s version of King’s Park no way as spectacular. We visited numerous other sites before R
& R and pre-dinner drinks at 6.00 pm and an evening meal. No prises for guessing we where we
ate. Not only was it the same restaurant
but we ordered the same dishes – ...
The beginning. After a very sad and emotional goodbye, I was off, finally off to the beautiful land of Switzerland. All of my belongings in a backpack and one 23 kg suitcase. I was so lost in Bangkok airport, between the language barrier, the masses of people and flight that apparently didn't exist, I was well and truly lost. I must have walked past each shop in the airport at least 3 times with a look of totally confusion and tears streaming down my face, I missed my family ...
... is sturdy and well-made when you are buying shoes for a child which is just finding out how to walk. When toddlers learn to walk, their shoes must be sturdy, that helps protect them from injury. Tennis shoes, by way of example, are perfect for toddlers. Don't get shoes together with the slick bottoms because they can cause falls.
Be sure you waterproof suede and leather shoes. Neglecting to waterproof them will likely be like throwing good ...
October 12, 2013
Even after our $12 coffee and $100 lunch we were still unprepared for our trip to Subway. Subway is subway, we figured. Always a tasty, reasonably priced meal… right? Wrong. We each ordered a foot-long sub (with thoughts that we could use one big sub as two meals, to save some cashola) and one bottle of coca-cola. These sandwich artists must have been trained by someone famous like Michel ...
... stories, hopes and dreams with those they feel comfortable around. In addition, there are opportunities to approach and converse with locals in public places like in parks and restaurants and on the metro.
Koreans have nothing to gain and everything to lose by opening up to Western media. In late July, Pyongyang invited a dozen international TV crews to Pyongyang, including CNN’s Ivan Watson. After his five-day trip Watson said, ...