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... several festivals throughout the year. Right passed Platt Fields I walk into Rushholme, otherwise known as The Curry Mile. This is the most interesting section of my walk to class! It is a full mile dedicated to residents from the Middle East and other locations. This is a full mile filled with traditional dress shops, shisha cafes, and food ranging from Afghanistan to India. The scent of curry is literally in the air, hence the name Curry Mile! ...
... Do It Anyway by Susan Jeffers
Hopes and plans for the next year
In the coming year I'll do a lot.
Amongst them, I fully expect myself to face my endless fears and overcome them one at a time. Am I looking forward to that? Well not exactly. But I know that once I have overcome the fear, I'll feel invigorated and I guess if I really am too scared to face particular fears, well I'm sure my dearest sister- Jill, will give me a kick up the butt and demand ...
... was like something off a boxing match weigh in, with only a 23kg allowance. Would we have to unpack and cause a scene? Bex weighed in a a subtle 21.7kg, Nat's weighed in at a precarious weight of 22.9kg! Phew we were safe for this leg of the journey. Leaving teary mums, silent dads and our will, we headed through security. As always Nat got searched and Bex strolled through but little did she know both bags were going to get inspected. We waited for about 20mins behind a ...
Our unscheduled holiday to the other side of the world comes about not because Oz is on our bucket list of priority destinations (certainly not mine) but simply because of Alice. Who's Alice? This is our lovely daughter who decided to to take leave of her job in paediatric nursing in Neonatal Intensive Care to ...
... up in one or other of the vans having a drink together.
I now leave Clitheroe and move on a few miles to a tiny, but beautiful village at the edge of the Forest of Bowland (not a forest any more but some rather spectacular moors). Here I will join up with my Rotary friends and spend the next three weeks travelling up to Scotland with them. Whether I will have access to the internet over these weeks remains to be seen,
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