Tag Archives: hospitality

#42Days A #HungerStrke in protest against #UniversalCredit Day 28. Where is the Love?

“Don’t judge a man (person) until you’ve walked two moons in his (their) moccasins” Hmmm…this is a tricky one. We know that folk who’ve been slapped in the face with unemployment, often with the added assaults of physical and/ or … Continue reading

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16/12/14 Walkamile Rebooted

Please share this. I need you. Up until the other day this blog was going to be called ‘Walkamile Reloaded’, however, thanks to the wisdom of my friend Mark, I reconsidered. Up until lunchtime today, this blog was going to … Continue reading

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15/10/13 On the road again

‘Distant’ is the word that described me well over the past few days. Probably for the first time I was anxious about throwing myself to the vagaries of the good people of the UK. And what a strange place to … Continue reading

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24/07/13 – 01/08/13 Taking it all in my stride

. David is a self confessed introvert. A tall, good looking fellow with an enquiring mind and an encyclopaedic knowledge of…. …well…he knows a lot about a lot. Johanna, of film making fame, had got in touch with him so … Continue reading

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24/07/13 Envy

When Ella was a little girl one of the greatest thrills in her life was when her dad declared, ‘Pack your things, we’re going on holiday in 45 minutes!’ Imagine that wide eyed excitement at that knowledge that they were … Continue reading

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17/07/13 Why don’t you pop in on my dad?

In true British style, I find myself talking about the weather…again. It really is lovely – I promise to every smiling person I meet, ‘I’ll never complain about the British weather again…’ Approaching Preston I receive a message from Kat … Continue reading

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15-17/07/13 Reeling them in…

Had I mentioned it was hot? We’d been wandering through this unseasonably wonderful weather – I’d been receiving regular phone calls, texts and Facebook messages from Bobby, a chap who’d stumbled across walk a mile on one of the online … Continue reading

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