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... Brook Lean-to. The eponymous brook is fifteen to twenty feet below us in a gorge.
“Where’s the trail?” I hear someone calling. After eleven days of carrying thirty-plus pounds across difficult terrain, my brain is a little slow on the uptake. “I’m following you!” the voice continues in a bantering tone. I have no idea what that means, but it causes to me to stop and look up from my ...
... turned out to be the "most disappointing mojito ever tasted", and the service was somewhere towards the most disappointing end too, so we certainly weren’t going to stay to eat. It’s a shame to have such a great place and ruin it with shabby drinks and terrible service! We came away feeling far too British and wishing we’d said something but they probably wouldn't have understood us anyway! So it was quickly off in search of a snack, and we settled for a ...
... be able to appreciate more of Shawn's feelings on this matter, as I myself love horses (as he comes to), but have never had the greatest luck with them.
I will finally get the chance to see Smailholm Tower up close--something I've wanted to do since reading "In the Keep of Time" as a child. This book is partially responsible for The Blue Bells Chronicles, as I was captivated by the story of children going into a tower and coming out in a ...
And one benefit to constant exploring is losing some of my well-earned poundage. Alas, I have uncovered the secrets to gaining it all back.
Step One: Visit Mom
"When are you going to want turkey?"
My mom cooks an amazing Thanksgiving meal, smothered with the world's best gravy. For me, the ...
... eighty percent of the population is below the poverty line. Malaria is the biggest threat to the population, followed by HIV. Despite the poverty, Zambia is one of the more stable sub-Sahara countries in Africa. The primary language is english, but most people use their tribal language; there are over seventy tribal languages. Given the situation, many numbers about the population are shaky; it is estimated that over 50%25 are Christian and over 25%25 are Muslim, that ...