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... in Orthurra and Zeyche is surrounded by trees. Vercertica lives about three miles from Zeyche and he is a great hunter and farmer. Zeyche has cobblestone roads with tiny stalls and houses at its side, this cozy village has a medieval theme with many huts and shops like the butcher. All the huts are very tiny with straw roofs and mud bricks for the wall. Zeyche has no running water and electricity and you could say Zeyche is a pretty old-fashioned village and don't forget ...
... worked on the serious from its start in the 60s to after the end of its initial run into the 90s. His presentation was over the two days of the weekend and I was only there for the Saturday. He talked about his early career and the evolution of sound in the 50s/60s but not much about his time on the show which would be in part 2 on sunday
... a lifetime, I can't thank you enough for your dedication to this program. A special thank you goes to Chicka who put up with my constant curiosity of what was to come as well as moments of visa stress, to provide ample support whenever it was needed. To Hunter and Wiebke, thank you for keeping me laughing even when I thought I'd missed a flight or lost an iPhone or eaten frog bones or felt completely out of my element. It’s nice to know I already have friends ...
... much better and resolved to go have it done more often when I got back. We returned to the house and had a nice family dinner with some wine. Anne-Maria cooked salmon in maple syrup on the BBQ and it the maple syrup actually went very well with the salmon! Later that evening me and Alyssa headed to the basement where we watched The Hangover to make up for the fact we hadn't been able to go see The Hangover 3 in the cinema during my visit.
Friday was my very ...
... smallest one I had seen at a zoo. They were randomly joined in the enclosure by some pelicans who took to the water en masse when the keepers arrived whilst the penguins hurriedly went to say hello (probably expecting food!). When the keepers left a few minutes later the penguins all tried to follow and as the door was shut one penguin tried desperately to get through and not be left behind by the keepers which was hilarious. We then headed to the Polar Bear enclosure where once ...
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