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Happy International Tea Day

Tea a very British drink which we found on our travels through the Colonies, it is grown all over the world. The four biggest tea-producing countries today are China, India, Sri Lanka and Kenya, together they represent 75% of world production. Tea ceremonies vary from country to country, there are so many rules you can truly get lost …

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To The Bookshop & Beyond

Ellie loved going to the bookshop, it was one of her absolute favourite things to do, sometimes she would just go and hide there of an afternoon. It was her happy place in times of joy and her safe place in times of sadness, she had an unspoken agreement with the shop owner who appreciated …

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In The Friend Zone

We travelled the world together, she is the best friend I could wish for, I always thought that we would be together forever, like Bonnie and Clyde but without the violence. Our relationship has always been platonic although if she would have me I’d be hers in a heart beat. Karl reflected on what he …

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Mind the Shower Curtain

Tilly had lived in her flat for several years now and the shower curtain had been a regular problem since the day she moved in. It was never straight, it seemed to fall down when it felt like it and despite her buying umpteen new ones it never seemed to improve. The curtain pole itself …

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Flick Knife – Out of Control

Henny was out in her favourite national park, it was name Sequoia after the trees in the midst of California, the village in which she lived was called ‘Three Rivers’ named that for obvious reasons they actually met at the foot of her garden. It was a strange place with a hotel, pizza restaurant and …

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The Leper & The Mask

We are used to seeing people of Asian descent wearing masks, assuming its to protect them from us but it is actually the other way round, since the SARS outbreak in 2002 to 2004 there has been a significant increase in masks worn. In the UK we associate masks such as the ones we are …

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What Is Your Favourite Word?

As a child I hated spelling, maths and all the usual things but I was obsessed with spelling the word antidisestablishmentarianism now I know most of you will probably be looking at me like im crazy and the word thinking wtf does that spell? Let me break it down to you anti-dis-establishment-arian-ism what does it …

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