The Vintage Hotel
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... 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 ...
... mixed information was floating around. Besides it fit well with the idea of sacrifice that is so central to Christian theology.
Keeping the church theme going we walked across the Palace Green to the Durham Cathedral. That's right, in the Middle Ages the separation of church and state was about the size of an American football field. I had a good time showing dad around the Cathedral, and explaining to him about the Cathedral's holy relic: the bones of ...
... once again, turned a beautiful bright blue, the clouds were white and fluffy, and the temperatures became quite pleasant.
The last part of our journey went up an incline, through a field and then up a dirt road to the parking spot. On the way, we passed a flock of sheep and we saw our first lamb of the season. It was adorable!
We then motored to Osmotherly for a pub lunch at the ...
... the time that was how I was feeling. I guess the purpose of this blog is to show a journey that I have been on / are going on; how can I do this without attaching a personal component? I wear my heart on my sleeve, and have never been afraid to express how I feel (it's pretty healthy to do according to many Psychologists, isn't is Dr Bonnie??!!). Should I publish this (I pose the question yet not many can answer as I've not given the details of this site to many people)? ...
... pets. We didn't have time to look at all of it because it's huge, but the walk-through aviaries were brilliant, full of birds we'd only seen at a distance before, like secretary birds and cranes. Also a a lot of exotics - cassowary, scarlet ibis, parrots from all over the tropics. Several species' of lovely turacos, which reminded us of the Knysna Lourie as they bounced around athletically ...
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