La Vieille Auberge
Travel Blogs from Battle
... 8217;ll admit it back home I use
the same brand, know what the packaging looks like so I can just grab them on
the run. I tried to do the same at Boots but it went a bit wrong…. So I walk
into the lady section and see some familiar brands. I see a sale on regular
pads, with the usual statements on the front, so I grab it and pay. In and out
of Boots in under two minutes. I then go buy some food and meet up with Nick. When
it comes to try ...
For the last 12 years of working a high pressure job and no break since school, life had gotten hectic and trying to keep up with it was proving to be impossible. Trying to fit in the never ending housework, sweating it out at the gym, and snatching a bit of rest time here or there in the tiny amount of free time left became exhausting... social life was virtually ...
... more. But some more time in our new home has allowed us to
use the weekends to chill out and also make our house feel like a home for
time we're here, and we're really happy with where we've ended up. On a sad
note, Mark's aunty passed away at the end of January, and we attended
the funeral in Exeter in early February. Mark read the eulogy on behalf of his
Mum, which was one of the hardest things he's done. The service was a fitting
tribute to his ...
... morning" to their peers and to the adults they pass by, and no matter what mood or how rushed one is, the adults will say it to one another. " Good Morning”, "Excuse me”, “After you”, “Thank you”, “Cheers” “You’re Welcome” and other polite sayings are a must. This is contagious- spreading to customer service which is outstanding in these parts- from getting a cheeseburger to ...
Saturday, the three of us took a day trip to Brighton, a seaside city. It was about an hour’s train ride away. Luckily it was a sunny day, so we were able to walk along the beach and pier. We had fish ‘n’ chips for lunch at Harry Ramstand, which Helen says is world famous (even though Liz and I had never heard of it. Liz is Canadian). Anyway, it was ...