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... diverse wildlife at that. However because of poaching and hunting many of the animals which were plentiful years ago are now quickly diminishing. Such a shame since Africa has some of the worlds most majestic creatures. After spending three months here and seeing many different areas and ways of life we have learned a lot. Do not ever take what you have for granted. Maybe you don't have the house of your dreams, but be happy you have a house with a roof ...
... good night out and a good percentage of the show was spent standing, clapping and dancing along to the music. It would however have been good to have a bit more of a story interlaced into the show as well as the music of Paul, John, George and Ringo which was performed by very talented musicians who very much looked the part.
Being the 31st October our trip back to New Brighton from Liverpool Lime Street was accompanied by witches, ghouls ...
... places such as America, Canada and Australia. We were a bit disappointed that there was very little mention of anything maritime-related before the 1860s. One floor of the Maritime Museum is devoted to the subject of International Slavery and covers the period from the 1600s to today and the different types of slavery during that time.
Tomorrow we have another three museums to visit. We arrived in Liverpool with the aim to visit The Beatles museum ...
Sunday means game day! I packed a small day pack and headed to the train station to make my way up to Liverpool for the Liverpool vs Southampton game at the one and only Anfield. The 3hr train trip through the countryside was enjoyable and flew by. I arrived in Liverpool just after 2pm, checked into my hostel and made my way to Anfield just after 3pm. A couple of pregame beers, a new scarf and a ...
... she would like that...and I am staying at her bungalow, she is in residential care and will need to stay there from now on. A sad time for her and all those involved and connected to her. I finally meet David, who bought her previous house and has somehow become her carer, doing shopping and so much more over these last fourteen or more years. Joyce speaks loudly ...