Thistle Birmingham City Centre, The Royal Angus
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... in the snow! Ava went tubing! She thought it was great! It's the first time they've taken Ava and now that they know how it works they will take her again! This is a great way to spend the my last few weeks travelling! I'm definitely happy to be here with family, even if I'm not used to the cold yet! I do miss the sunshine and beaches! But the trade off isn't so bad! ...
... for me at Turpins in Tywcross. This was an amazing night, such a surprise. The girls had organised balloons and a cake for me. The food was also amazing. I had mussels for my starter and then pork belly for my main. The pork belly was delicious and crispy! I must say my waistline is not looking great after this week! The last social event I went to one Friday night was the Puppy Walkers Hunt Ball. I had gone shopping in ...
I'm here now for the next four weeks until I return to New Zealand at the end of October. I will be working with a good friend and mentor, Sue, and catching up with some friends in between. Sue works in the area of School Effectiveness and I will be gleaning as much as I can, and hopefully being of ...
... motorway quite a way, another good 20 minutes manipulating traffic weaving in and out of busy streets in the fog. Cadbury World. Mmmmm. Tourist Attraction. Need say not much more. £45 for the family, you get 3 'free' chocolate bars each, the Cadbury story is actually really interesting but I probably could have learned it on Wikipedia for free. The hot chocolate ...
... top Masada. They camped out there for ages until the roman built a ramp up, which is still there, then they all decided to kill one another apposed to becoming roman slaves. You oldies might remember the epic block buster 'Masada' released in the 60s or 70s i think, which tells the story. We then had lunch and drove over to the place where the Dead Sea scrolls were found. That wasn't that cool, but the ruins of a trippy all male Jewish sect that wrote the scrolls was interesting. ...