The Greek island of Santorini is arguably one of the world’s most idyllic islands and ranks among my favorite destinations on earth. Perched high above the deep blue Aegean Sea, Santorini’s whitewashed villages are clustered atop dramatic cliffs, with black sand beaches resting at the bottom. The island was shaped some 3,600 years ago by one of the […]
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Inflatable aqua parks Jump, jump, dive and jump through Atlantis, a new aqua park in the National Diving and Activity Center of Chepstow, Monmouthshire. It has five floating zones of increasing difficulty each and routes with slides, climbing walls and obstacles in Total Wipeout style (£ 30 per person, under 8 years not allowed). The […]
Day 1 We arrived at the Belfast City airport to grab our 9:55 am flight to Glasgow on an airline called Flybe. The tickets were 60 pounds each and the flight took roughly 30 minutes. We boarded the propjet plane and were over the Inner Sea within 10 minutes. Collecting our bags was a breeze […]
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I just returned from a week-long adventure in Alaska, thanks to Trident Seafoods “Women of Seafood” program. The goal of the sponsored travel is education, fishing, and fellowship and all three objectives were met with resounding success. Prior to my trip, I asked you what you wanted to know about seafood and you responded with thoughtful, probing […]
Mother Myrick’s Confectionery began in 1977 as a small fudge shop in the beautiful resort town of Manchester Vermont. During that first year, Ron started making Mother Myrick’s now famous buttercrunch toffee, caramels and chocolate assortments. Jacki, Ron’s wife, brought her expertise in food and customer service to the fledgling business. We are very proud […]
Ex-Pharma Sales Reps Speaks Out – Pharma Not in Business of Health, Healing, Cures, Wellness. Gwen Olsen spent fifteen years as a pharmaceutical sales rep working for such healthcare giants as Johnson & Johnson, Bristol-Myers Squibb, and Abbott Laboratories. She enjoyed a successful, fast-paced career until several conscious-altering experiences began awakening her to the […]
Budget does avoid setting dangerous precedent of an unfunded tuition freeze.
Handmade pottery bowls crafted from real grape leaves picked from in Bristol, Tennessee. Each leaf is hand cut and pieced together to form a beautiful bowl. The glaze is food safe so don’t hesitate to use it for serving food or just as a decorative addition to your home decor.
Not dishwasher, freezer, or microwave safe.
The items you see and order are the items you will get.
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With their graduation on the horizon, BILT Student Fellows Corrie Macleod and Phoebe Graham reflect on their collaborative project, centred on empowering students to impact their learning and teaching at the university. Humans of Bristol University The main aim of our BILT project was to bridge the interpersonal gap between academics and students, a rift […]