Monthly Archives: October 2012

Who are the Montgolfiers?

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Tweet   Who are the Montgolfiers? There are many unique communities of different ages and professions in the world. The Hot air balloon community is the only people that can boast with pride that they “touched” the clouds, floated in a …

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Love stories of Basildon

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Tweet   Admirers of Charles Dickens will remember Bill Sykes’s the rascally and cruel character in the novel “Oliver Twist”. But not many people may know that there was an archetype of this literary hero. Bill Sykes – the grandson …

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Postcard from London

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Tweet We mapped a route to make a lovely day out in London. There are many beautiful places which need to be visited; unfortunately this cannot all be done in one day. This is one of the best ways we …

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Historical events of Crimea

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Tweet   Having lived in Crimea for a time, I was able to explore some of the sites that have made history during the last 200 years. Looking into some of the past history, we find that the the nursing profession …

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The lord, who invented the sandwich

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Tweet   In the county of Kent in South-east England lies the town of Sandwich which is not only well-known for its unique architecture of medieval buildings but also for its namesake the sandwich. Here you can imagine old times …

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