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New housit in Norwich

New housit in Norwich

By on Jul 28, 2015 in Work and travel | 1 comment

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We are now back in Norwich but in a different house with 2 horses and 2 dogs. The two dogs names are Popsy and Rocko. This is Popsy she is a tiny little dog that loves to lick you constantly but is also very cuddly. But she doesn’t really like if you get between her and her food. šŸ˜‰ This is Rocko he is a dog that sort of looks like a whippet but actually...

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Back In KillingtonĀ 

Back In KillingtonĀ 

By on Jul 8, 2015 in Family, House Sitting, Pets | 0 comments

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So we are now back in Ā Killington with Molly, Amy, Rex and the beautiful country side of Cumbria and in case you don’t know the dogs already I will be telling you about them in this blog post. Molly is the most loveable dog I have ever met, she is a little scruffy cockapoo who really loves to play. Amy is a golden retriever and she also likes to play but...

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Online D.I.Y Camp Experience

Online D.I.Y Camp Experience

By on Jul 2, 2015 in Rave travel, Travel, Travel and food, Travel tips, Travel with kids, Work and travel | 0 comments

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Over the last month I have been doin an online camp where I’ve been learning about how to shoot movies and get better at shooting them aswell so I thought I might show you some of the videos I created while in this camp. https://youtu.be/j8TPnRKzjsE&app=desktop This is my mourning routine sort of. šŸ˜‰   https://youtu.be/npYfCBecjQI&app=desktop...

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Castles and Forts

Castles and Forts

By on Jun 28, 2015 in Australia, Family, Travel experiences, Travel planning, Travel tips, Travel with kids, Traveling Office, Work and travel | 0 comments

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So over the last few weeks we have been here we have been to and learnt about some castles and forts including Dover castle, Walmer castle and deal castle so I guess I will start with telling you about Dover castle.Ā  Duke William of Normandy built Dover castle in November 1066 and then later in the 1180s king Henry II rebuilt the castle to what it is today a very...

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