This April we went to Bournemouth and I tried the Zip wire, that wasn’t planned and I just like to try it – that was and easy part. Hardest part when is dressed up and I walked up for the start, I asked how I go off from the platform – I had it 2 choices: – I jump off or I walking off and I need hold the wire. I walked from and I couldn’t imagine how I can hold the wire, very soon everything went to be perfect and on half way I had a time waving for my partner. Every minutes worth it that experience. I still Feel the Difference 🙂
I’m living in England, my home town is Budapest the capital of Hungary. Today connecting with anyone much easier and harder. Relationship mean is changed, today much easy connecting with everyone via text messages, social websites, email, phone call if you are technical, if you are not technical or old-fashioned you can connecting via post, phone call and face to face. Sad thing is if your friends how is know your email-address and your home address, phone number contacting with you different way, than how you would like it – this is happened with me, my feeling very disappointed and I just couldn’t coop with that situations. I like reading and this is much lighter now because on the smart phone we can have everything anywhere what we have on computer, because books, magazines and files we can easily access via lots of different program and don’t have to connecting via internet. You can find new friends from different country/ies from round the World, you can buy any products form that too. You know I use nutritional product since 2009 and you can buy in more than 70 countries from the world. Take a look through our site where we will introduce products that could give you a sense of well being – energize all aspects of your life. Please tell me how find me and where are you live in the comments below, Feel the Difference 🙂
Summer time with summer weather in England 🙂 Met Office forecasters heat warning 33’C with soaring humidity end by week close to 38’C. Heatwaves can be dangerous especially for the very young, very old with cronic disease. Take care extra care for yourself, drink lots of cold drinks – water if possible.
some idea: – keep out of the sun from 11am to 3pm, – wear ultra-violet protective sunglasses, drink plenty of water, prevent dehydration, – wear light, loose cotton clothes, – keep the heat out the sunniest part of the day from you home and vehicle, – look after young children and babies, older people and those with serious illness, – never leaved anyone in closed, parked vehicle, young children and animals, – apply suncream of at least Factor 15 with UV protection
sometimes we couldn’t realize that and/or can’t accepting, just take a time and everything arriving on the right time in your life. I always wanted visiting the Kew Gardens and finally we went there one sunny Sunday, I made videos from my pictures, sorry no audio with my slideshow 😦 because lots of pictures in it.
The Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, usually referred to as Kew Gardens, comprises 121 hectares of gardens and botanical glasshouses between Richmond and Kew in Richmond upon Thames in southwest London, England. “The Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew” and the brand name “Kew” are also used as umbrella terms for the institution that runs both the gardens at Kew and Wakehurst Place gardens in Sussex. The Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, a non-departmental public body sponsored by the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, is an internationally important botanical research and education institution, Created in 1759, the gardens celebrated their 250th anniversary in 2009. The Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew is the world’s largest collection of living plants. The organisation employs more than 650 scientists and other staff. The living collections include more than 30,000 different kinds of plants, while the herbarium, which is one of the largest in the world, has over seven million preserved plant specimens. The library contains more than 750,000 volumes, and the illustrations collection contains more than 175,000 prints and drawings of plants. The Kew site includes four Grade I listed buildings and 36 Grade II listed structures in an internationally significant landscape – source Wikipedia