Premier Inn Rochdale Hotel
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... Avery and I paid egregious amounts for coffee at cafes just to use the wifi. Next, you will see several photos of streets and buildings around our apartment and along the way to our classes. Getting to campus involves a relatively steep grade uphill 20 minute walk. The area is quite hilly and thus it is something to get used to. Plus when I'm older I can tell people I walked uphill both ways to classes or something.
About three weeks ago, Avery and I took a walk to ...
... it! You have to commit and go for it apparently!! Anyway, got a train and two planes to go before we get there! I really enjoyed writing my blog when we went to Sri Lanka and a lot of you said you enjoyed reading it so that's why I'm doing it again! Hopefully the wifi will be good throughout the trip so I can update you all on our Asian adventure! Kirsty ...
... as the happiness of others but we also have to take time to do what’s right for us. If I had my own way, I’d pack up all of the amazing people in my life and move them with me everywhere I go. Until I win the lotto that’s not going to happen though, so for now I’ll continue working on strengthening relationships with 'home' and hope to remain an active part of everyone’s ...
... good man, and I'm so lucky he's my friend. Hope to catch up with him again in August down in Poland, I really do owe him a beer or six.
A new squadron was formed at the fest 13 Sqn RE, and there is a **** Troop. Dave Roper was the first in, me second, and it seems from the photos we have a volunteer in Spr Louis, aka Derek Pritchard, Spence. How silly to photo bomb the inaugural Sqn photo! He'll learn.
Now home for that ...
... there are some interesting clothes shops to look at. It's public buildings are typical 'Yorkshire gothic', built of nice stone and there are lots of lovely stone cottages and houses. On one day I took a train to Hebden Bridge where I lived as a toddler, and I walked back along the canal to Todmorden. I don't remember the place, but now it is becoming up-market, with many of the cottages modernised and old mill ...