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... landscape unfolding before us. Upon arrival we were treated to smoked haggis biscuits!
We succeeded in having the planned quiet time. One afternoon we went to visit Abbotsford House, the ancestral home of Sir Walter Scott (1771-1832). He was the author of Rob Roy and Ivanhoe and many other novels and poems. The home has been recently renovated and worth a visit if in that part of the ...
... leagues found throughout Japan.
In Japan Shootfighting is a sport that is very popular. The bouts take place in a ring that is similar to wrestling, ropes and all intact. There are normally rounds, as well as a referee who is there to call the bout and stop it if need be. Fighters will wear gloves and go at it full contact. Submission and grappling is legal as well, which makes the fights more interesting. ...
... moisturizer after showering. Massage it well into your stomach, buttocks and thighs for improved skin strength and to keep those nasty stretch marks away!
It is essential that you apply a top coat of high-quality to ensure a long- lasting manicure. Apply the top coat directly following color. This will help to seal your manicure, and protect your polish from cracks and dings. For an even longer lasting finish, reapply the top coat every couple of days. ...
Runners Rambles! Okay I have to be fair to Portlanders! It is not that bad, if you take away the prison, young offenders institution, quarries (100s), MOD establishments and even some of the old ruins! (Well, i am a geographer not Historian!) Then it could be pleasant! So I set off to circumnavigate the Isle in drizzle, after c. 2 miles of Tarmac across the causeway. Then got lost in some of the ruins around the prison but got back on track at the YOI. On the ...
... every minute. The costumes, the music, the acting, the singing.... It was all amazing. An interesting aspect of going to the theatre by yourself is that you don't get to pick who you get to sit next to. I was suck next to Satans spawn in the form of a three year old British child. The child talked through the whole first half, very very loudly. No amount of death stares could encourage the grandmother to tell the child to be quite, or even ...