The Cross Keys Hotel

The Cross Keys Hotel, Canonbie, Dumfries and Galloway, Scotland, DG14 0SY, United Kingdom | Hotel
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Day Twenty Eight (Zero miles...cum 513.85)

A travel blog entry by jogling-noyes


... undertaking a great challenge this summer. As I write, she is flying out to Swaziland as part of a team from her school. As a team they are building a soup kitchen for an orphanage. It's a great project, one that Lucy has been determined to take part in and has been actively involved on fundraising for. So Rob and I came down to cheer her on ...

Across the Pond

A travel blog entry by tlmylin


... as if I were lying and I repeatedly told him I wasn't the witch. She still wouldn't confess, so he said he was just going to pick a volunteer and of course, he picked me.

He told me to walk down the steps to the dark dungeon by myself and check out the area to make sure it was safe enough for the rest of the group to come down. My knees were shaking and I didn't think I could physically make it down the steps, so I ...

A Look At Ninjutsu

A travel blog entry by comfortablecroo

... place, making black a very happening color. Years later, the trend seemed to die out, and there aren't that many people trying to learn the art.

In regards to the art, the term of Ninjutsu doesn't actually refer to any certain style, but rather a group of the martial arts, with each one having it's own view that's expressed with each of the different Ryu. The Ryu vary, meaning that one may focus on one certain physical dynamic, while the next may ...

Proven Advice For Dealing With Yeast Infections

A travel blog entry by impartialdiva63

... in warm and wet conditions, and failure to dry off well increases your risk considerably.

Making some fundamental changes to your diet can be a good way to prevent and treat a yeast infection. Reduce your sugar intake, and eat yogurt with live cultures.

Being a woman isn't easy and yeast infections can really hinder how you feel! Preventing a yeast infection to begin with is best, but if you should get one, the helpful tips in this article can help you cure it ...

Arsenal Stadium

A travel blog entry by gemmetta3


The Arsenal Stadium is in London.
is very beautiful and attractuve, is immense and very popular.
is an association football stadium located in Islington, North London, England. It is the current home of Arsenal Football Club. At a capacity of 60,361, the Emirates is the third-largest football stadium in England after Wembley and Old Trafford and fourth-largest in the United Kingdom.


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