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The sun came out as we got closer to Loch Ness. It has always been my dream to visit Loch Ness one day, and I can't believe I actually got to see it! I've always been fascinated with unsolved mysteries. The town was very quaint and I loved the townspeople- they were really into the Loch Ness Monster and would tell us different stories on theories about what people think they saw.
We boarded a little boat and got to ...
... Chun teaches stylists to protect as well as attack with their techniques. This line is the most vital in battle, which is why martial artists should always aim their attacks for any area that exists along this line. Most of the vital points found in the center line can be the end of the encounter if the stylist is able to land one powerful blow.
As Wing Chun emphasizes time and time again, the shortest straw between the stylist and the opponent is the center ...
... or negative thinker? Listen to your inner voice for the answer. If you constantly focus on the negative, then you could be sabotaging the outcome of a goal you wish to reach. Listen to the positive voice that tells you you can do something, and ignore the negative voice that says you can't.
Look at how you can achieve your goals, and make changes based on this. Do what you need to do in order to reach your goals. Once you assess your goals and evaluate what you need to ...
Ever since Kellie and I have been together we have talked about travelling around the world. Initially this just seemed like idle chatter, a pipe-dream that would never come to pass. Now, as I sit, 5 days from embarking on the trip of life time, it's clear that the dream has become a reality. A number of things have changed since we first started talking about travelling: we're now married and ...
... shop which I hoped would see me through for a while.
OK now let's head for Lockerbie and pick up the old A74 which in places is deserted and has proper cycle paths (hmm more of that later).
Found the old A74 and stuck to that, although it was called other things as it ran along pretty much parallel with the new kid on the block, the M74. I was tempted twice to get onto the motorway as it seemed just to be daring me to by not having clear enough signs. ...