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Carry On Rock - Xmas Special 2016

HERE WE GO! HERE IT IS! Carry On Rock's Xmas Special (Uncensored), available to listen now!In a one off special, join Max, Jed and Calum one more time for some Christmas festivities! In this xmas special, the boys look back at 2016 from an alter...

A cosy weekend in Copenhagen – win a weekend break

There’s been a lot of talk about Hygge recently, the Danish word for those feel-good moments when you are snuggled up in front of the fire with a glass of mulled wine, or meeting friends in a café with candles flickering. If you’re cons...
by Heather on her travels on Dec 18, 2016

Top 10 Canada Moments – from Toronto to Montreal

This summer we adopted an motorhome, or RV as they are known in Canada, and spent two weeks driving from Toronto to Montreal. ‘Monty’ as we fondly named the RV, took us on many an adventure, from bear spotting in Agonquin to farmer’...
by Heather on her travels on Dec 14, 2016

Christmas in Coburg: discovering the seasonal magic in Germany

The woodsmoke wafts from the bratwurst stall in the Coburg Christmas market, drawing a patient queue of people. For these aren’t just any sausage, they are the famous Coburger Bratwurst, made with the seasoned blend of beef and pork and coo...
by Heather on her travels on Dec 6, 2016

5 Best Drinking Cities to Take Off for a worldwide drinking spree

People often travel the world extensively to sight-see beautiful mountains and relaxing azure themed beaches. But then there are a few who do it for the food, the music, the dance and the alcohol. ... The post 5 Best Drinking Cities to Take Off for...

Foodie adventures on our Canadian Road Trip – Ontario and Quebec

Our road trip this summer took us through Canada from Toronto to Montreal, eating the freshest of Canadian produce and trying the many craft beers (once the RV was safely parked of course!). We tasted our way through gourmet burgers and poutine, co...
by Heather on her travels on Nov 30, 2016

Cancer: Alcohol’s Dirty Little Secret?

What Doctors Don’t Tell YouIt is, in fact, no secret at all that alcohol causes cancer.  Rather than conferring any demonstrable metabolic benefit, alcohol is more likely to damage your health in a variety of ways. The body converts alcohol (e...
by Addiction Inbox on Nov 27, 2016

Minor In Possession

What do I do?Asked about 21 hours ago - Highland, KS FlagPractice area: Speeding TicketI just got a MIP for walking down a college sidewalk with a sip left in my bottle that they searched my book bag for without consent. They didnt read me any r...
by speedingticketkc on Aug 29, 2016

Is Your Water Safe for Your Family? Find Out with an At-Home Testing Kit from TestAssured

Keeping our families safe and healthy is of the highest priority, and recent headlines have shown us the importance of being assured that our water is safe to drink. Fortunately, that is easy to do with a TestAssured home water test. I was sent a com...
by Susan Heim on Parenting on Aug 26, 2016

10 cool things to do on Bristol’s Harbourside

On a sunny afternoon in Bristol the harbourside is buzzing. Locals with an after-work pint in their hand spill out onto cafe terraces or soak up the sunshine with their legs dangling over the harbour wall. At the weekend families gravitate to the har...
by Heather on her travels on Aug 11, 2016

Tasting the wines of Burgundy on a Uniworld River Cruise

We visited the Burgundy region of France as part of our Uniworld river cruise and despite the rain, I was excited to see row upon row of vines, as we were driven through some of the most famous wine villages in the Saone-et-Loire region of France. F...
by Heather on her travels on Jul 28, 2016

New Study Shows Couples Who Drink Together Are Happier

There is nothing like a drink with friends to mark the end of a long work week, but new research suggests that drinking with your partner can make you happier in your relationship. The study titled Drinking Patterns Among Older Couples: Longitudinal...
by Jobs & Vacancies in Kenya on Jul 20, 2016

Drinking big glass of WATER tricks the brain into thinking you are full

DRINKING a large glass of water with a meal really does trick the brain into thinking you are full, researchers say. Read more here: Daily Express :: Health Feed...
by Celebrity gossip news on Jul 12, 2016

Food and Restaurants to Try When Eating and Drinking in Yilan

Restaurants: 1. Yilan is all about its beautiful scenery and the Wild Smoke restaurant provides just that. Wild Smoke overlooks the Shuangliangpo, which is a lake found near the Fushan Botanical Garden. With its scenic beauty and exceptional food, th...
by Cush Travel on Jul 8, 2016

A Day of Wine and Spirit Tasting in Cape Cod with Truro Vineyards and South Hollow Spirits

When summer arrives, Cape Cod comes alive. With beautiful beaches, seafood shacks, and more, this New England coastal getaway draws massive amount of tourists each year. If you're planning a visit to the Cape this year, consider a visit to Truro...
by Gourmet Pigs on Jul 1, 2016

12 culinary highlights of our Burgundy & Provence river cruise

From Lyon, the gastronomic capital of France, to the Mediterannean flavours of Provence, our river cruise with Uniworld and Titan Travel took us through some of the best wine growing and food tasting regions of France. We found world class Burgundy...
by Heather on her travels on Jun 30, 2016

Bad Influence

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by Sitting Comfortably? on Jun 22, 2016

Tasty Tuesday

//TASTY TUESDAY: where I spotlight this week’s book by pairing it with an appetizing food and drink recipe…// THE HUNGER GAMES (THE HUNGER GAMES #1), by Suzanne Collins, Scholastic, © 2008   * NOTE: I’m reading the Large Print Thorndike...
by Readage on Jun 20, 2016

Worried About Aging?

Worried About Aging? Worried About Aging? Not Anymore Thanks To These Tips Women worry a lot about aging. The main reason is that they think they will end up losing their looks. But, thankfully, there are a few things you can do to stop your face loo...
by The Things Women Want on Jun 17, 2016

Research Finds that Those Who are 65 Years and Older Binge Drink

When you think of binge drinking you might think of those between the ages of 18 and 24 participating in this kind of behavior. And it is certainly true that young adults make up the largest percentage of the population who binge drink. However, acco...
by Recovery Advocates on Jun 17, 2016


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