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... all dating back to the time when the Gold Rush started or which has Aboriginal origin, or even older. Among the many numerous places to visit during a trip to Halls Creek one of the most interesting structures is the famous China Wall. It has much resemblance to the Great Wall
of China however it is nowhere close to the massive wonder of the world. The Purnululu National Park is a great place ...
... the world premiere for "Far from the Madding Crowd" at the Southbank BFI theatre. My invitation must have gone astray in the post! Apart from a couple of actors in the movie, didn't see anyone else that I recognised walking the red carpet.
... height: 21.2999992370605px;">We then went back up to Leicester Square to see Daniel at the ticket office and grabbed some tickets for another night for them and one for me.
Talk about a gem! Daniel got me front row Mamma Mia for £21! And now is a nice time to tell you I had a £20 voucher and Sacha owed me a pound.
Mamma Mia for free! Score!
... only 3 D&T teacher training facilities left in England. Whilst this is a concern (similarly to Australia) it is not a surprise. You can learn more about the uni here:
I found out a few interesting things about the education of teachers in England today. Each year the government assesses the amount of teachers currently working in the system. Assesses the number due to retire and then generates a number of teachers that the universities needs ...
... not seeing me is unbearable and constantly on her mind. After a hefty bill, I walk Victoria safely to the subway. Along the way she asks me if I have a "type". I ponder it for a while, not really sure what she means, I definitely don't favour any certain features over anyone else. She tells me about her type, she says she's dated some ********, she's dated people that own only suits, not even a pair of jeans. I remark that these are the people I like to punch in the face. She ...