Mercure Kidderminster Hotel
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... in a pub! We met up with Isy and Ryan's friends and sampled some beer. I had sampled some cider instead of beer! Was a nice afternoon. Today we took Ava to the snowdome! Which I now see is how the British do winter sports! The lack of snow in this country makes winter activities hard! So they have indoor skiing/snow boarding, tubing/ sledding and a section to ...
My family dropped me off at my boyfriend Elliot's house on Thursday 29th in Shrewsbury. I said goodbye to them and they left to go up to Manchester and fly out. It was really nice to spend some quality time with Els and I got to really meet his family. I had briefly met them the day everybody moved in, but now I got the chance to sit down and talk to them. They are very sweet and easy to get along with people. His little sister reminds me quite a ...
... by a veritable flash mob of brummies walking their dogs, oh joy !"What's a Brummie?", for those of you that don't know, ( those that do, please just ignore this bit) it is the common term for someone from Birmingham, thought to have originated from 'Brummagem' an early name for the city. With very few exceptions the Brummies we met were all very nice and easy to talk to even if we did struggled to understand some of them. Voted as Englands most boring city at ...
... and the doors locked before going thro the double gate system into the big cat enclosures. A pride of female lions freely roamed and came so close to the car it was unbelievable. Cheetahs were behind wire fences, as were tigers and painted African dogs, but the highlight were the white tigers (now extinct in the wild) and white lions (only 70 left in the wild in a small area of South Africa) which included a gorgeous male white lion keeping a dignified distance from his harem. ...
... for anything to last.
Somewhere around mile 11 my feet began to hurt. I have Morton's neuroma anyway, which is a pinched nerve in my foot, but this pain was from the tendons in my other foot. The training schedule does mention the need for the tendons to toughen up, and I could guess that I still had mere 11 mile tendons, rather than 25 mile tendons. Still, I was going to do 15 miles, like it or not, so I carried on, looping up round Blackstone rock and ...