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... something, such as getting better,she will persist with it now she can see the benefits of physical therapy. I think she wants to go back home, but she is also appreciating the rest. I encouraged her that what she is going through is completely normal,and that she is doing very well given all the circumstances.
I miss Martin and the girls, but am still enjoying myself. They seem to be faring fine, but I will leave it to some of you to ...
... are bonds that are strengthened through subsequent days and
weeks of travelling or working together. They can start on buses or boats, in
bars or beaches, by chance or through a nice gesture. I met some awesome people
over the last 27 months, and I look forward to the next drink we may share!
And so that's it. My journey
started in September 2012 with Agassiz Village's foray into the southern
hemisphere, living with my brothers in our million $ flat by ...
Got off the ship at about 9.30 and everything went smoothly. Taxi to airport. Luggage was about 2kg over but we got away with it. Flight left on time and landed early. Paul was working till 4pm but met us off the airport bus at Ferry Toll (Inverkeithing). ...
... enactments result in an English victory, underlining the achievement of the Scots who in 1314 overcame a much larger opposing force. However, since there is absolutely no written material to be seen anywhere during the tour, we do wonder how many of the children taking part will go away with a clear picture what actually happened.
A rather more conventional 3D experience is available by taking a walk around the battlefield itself. Indoors the centre was ...
... that - a tall, very narrow tower with a (modern) spiral staircase up the centre, and a bell in the top. There are only two in Scotland, but more in Ireland, and they don't really know what they were for, but as they were mostly associated with monasteries, they think perhaps something as simple as summonsing the monks to prayer from the fields. Abernethy's one is in the churchyard of a fairly modern kirk. In order to get in, you need to go to the museum and ...