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... policies of President Yanukovych, who is now wanted for mass murder. Since then, as I am sure you are all aware, Russia invaded the eastern Ukrainian Province of Crimea, stoking fears of war in the region.
Now as I mentioned geopolitical events can have far reaching consequences - some of these ripples can shatter lives, while others can have infinitely more mundane effects. One such mundane effect is that Nathan and I have had to make a change ...
... The patron saint of Northern England, St. Cuthburt is a big deal in the Anglican Church. He lived in the 7th century AD, and was famous for healing, helping the poor and spreading Christianity in the the North.
I also showed off to dad the Cloisters of the Cathedral, famous for their appearance in the Harry Potter films. All too soon it was time for dad to head home to Ottawa, via London. But not before a quick stop at Durham's best doughnut shop - Krispy Kreme.
... is difficult to comprehend. I sometimes wonder just how people manage this. Then I remind myself that so many people travel, and of course they must become homesick and miss loved ones. But I guess the 'buzz' of travelling must do something to alleviate this. It's been quite an emotional week this week. Macey dog (a beautiful Chocolate Labrador) who has been a massive part of my life for the past seven years suddenly died. In truth I've never appreciated how an animal can ...
We hope you enjoy these pictures. If you would like to know more about these engines or the museum, there are some good links on Google for A-4 Steam locomotives, as well as the National Railway Museum, and Sir Nigel Gresley.
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On the way to Shildon, our train stopped at Darlington North Road, the end station of the Darlington-Stockton Railway, the first ...
... one on Counter-Terrorism, which completely revolutionized the way I saw the issue, as well as introducing me to some world leaders in the field. My hopes were high for my negotiation seminar -and it did not disappoint.
The module began on Thursday evening with a quick introductory session and then a three-course group meal. Just like last time the food did not disappoint, and while it wasn't a steak dinner it was still quite delicious. I spent the meal talking with my course ...
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