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Travel Blogs from Whitley Bay
... to mix in. It is quite amazing the lengths that a Maple Syrup deprived society must go to in order to enjoy pancakes.
Over this weekend, Craig, Katy, Jack and I also had a fun day trip into Newcastle. After a light bit of shopping we had dinner at Lau 202's, a delicious Chinese buffet in Newcastle with the largest selection of deserts I have ever seen at a Chinese buffet (including a soft serve ice cream machine with a variety of mix-ins). In the ...
“The monsters are gone."
"I killed the monsters. That's what fathers do" - Fiona Wallace
As a student, especially an international student, I live in many worlds simultaneously. There is the student world (known alternatively as the Durham bubble) and my world back home. This week, here in the North of England, my two worlds came face to face as my dad visited Durham.
Having spent the weekend together in London, I ...
... how life can change in the blink of an eye, and emphasises even further that you never know what's around the corner, and why it's so important to make the most out of the very short & unpredictable time we have. Albeit Macey was 'just a dog', but regardless of how she existed on this planet she certainly brought a lot of happy memories, and was a key part to many peoples lives. I will certainly miss her. On another less traumatic note I'm quite undecided as to when I ...
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 ...
... me that fit has a different connotation here in England than it does back home. While we would say fit to mean: in good shape, here in England its used as a slang term for attractive. So instead of saying that a person is "hot", you can say that he/she is "fit". If you so desire you can stick "well" in front of it for added emphasis and say: "he/she is well-fit". This gives new meaning to the term: survival of the fittest.
Back to the main narrative! On Friday morning at ...