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... if your on track to be happy and fulfilled...even if that's finally changing your supermarket to the one a bit further away because they stock that sauce you like. 7# LEARN TO COOK Yup your about to have years of school lunches, creative budget dinners and join the masses who google recipes more than any other topic online. So it's time to sign up for those cooking classes. Oscar has booked us in for a Thai one, I think just because he knows I'll be too polite ...
... of hotels and first class trai travel. Great western trains was a joy at one stage as they have a fantastic first class waiting room at paddington once graced by royalty and thence after graced by me and my long pockets. It was amazing just how many packets of macadamia nuts (oooh expensive!), olives, fizzy drinks and at one point sandwiches fell into those long pockets. Sometimes I staggered onto the train. The pickings aren't so ...
For over 1000 years people have lived in and visited one of this country's finest towns. With its famous Guildhall, magnificent Church and restored Windmill set against a backdrop of Medieval houses it is considered the jewel in the crown of Essex.
Thaxted is a small country town with a recorded history which dates back to before the Domesday Book. Yet although the town is full of considerable architectural interest, its attraction ...
... is what is really throwing me off. I keep looking the wrong way for traffic! I almost got ran over by a truck while crossing the road yesterday. Either the driver was the biggest jerk in the world or I was violating some kind of protocol. Kat and I walked to a pub last night and had a beer for me and wine for her. The ale I had ...
... the only place to go in town and there were thousands of people there. But we actually ended up running into his kitchen mates as soon as we walked into the door and they showed us the way on how to meet up with everyone else.
After hanging out with all the kitchen mates there, we walked back to Butler Hall with two British kids and a Canadian, who all live right down the hall from me. Apparently after a night of going out everyone hangs out in ...