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Mike's Male Mid-Life Crisis... what would you do?
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32 free videos and counting... do check out the Team Me video channel.  http://www.youtube.com/user/TeamMeNow
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Little Sicily
36-40 Rupert Street, London, Greater London W1D 6DW
I had booked... and *then* saw some pretty poor reviews. All I can say is whatever issues they might have had in the past, they have obviously worked hard to resolve because I couldn't fault the service (stunningly swift) the evident attention and general good manners of the staff and the high quality food. The atmosphere and decor was really very nice too and we both had a lovely meal. I'd definitely go again.
Atmosphere ExcellentDecor ExcellentService Excellent
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Got stuck in life? Get to the root of it all here...
NO MATTER WHAT YOUR AGE, you can suddenly find yourself facing a period of significant, internal conflict that may have you practically frozen with uncertainty - or firing off in all kinds of random
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Pad gets a Google Author Rank of 82 ! can that be right??
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You’ve heard that Google had plans to provide interior views of retail establishments...

Well, it appears they’ve already started covertly capturing the interiors of randomly parked vehicles.

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Not sure I count as a Wander Woman... but after a recent collaboration, Marcia has proposed that I join her to host a webinar on Archetypes. Watch thsi space!
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Exceptional experience. Saw all the big 5, with close ups with Cheetahs. Inverdoorn is a luxury oasis in a dusty basin far from anywhere. Food was absolutely fabulous (best beef steak I've ever had). Staff were friendly and helpful. We did evening safari, overnight stay in a chalet and morning safari. Our guide was knowledgeable and friendly too. No safari is cheap, but this one we've been recommending to everyone. Do it!
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I've shopped at Tesco for decades and I used to use this store a lot - it has all the usual Tesco selection at reasonable prices. Today however, I didn't get the prices at the til I expected so I queried this. A very helpful assistant took me over to the Customer Service desk and enquired on my behalf. That's where the problem started. Shirley, who was apparently in charge of CS, didn't even look at me as the issue was discussed and then announced, 'You can't do this every time!' I came in, 'I'm sorry, what do you mean?' She firmly declared 'You can't just swap these for the the ones in the deal.' Rather confused (because I hadn't asked that anything be swapped for anything) I stated, 'The issue, I believe, is labeling, then - it's not clear what's in the offer and what isn't.' Shirley retorted, 'It is clear, it is perfectly clear.' and again looked way. Not willing to accept that sort of reply, I pressed her for clarity. 'Excuse me, as a customer, I'm saying that it really isn't clear...' She took no notice. 'I *am* trying to help you here.' I said. To which she laughed and said 'Oh, I don't think so...no.' She then turned her back on me, whilst someone organised a refund which didn't cover the amount I'd overpaid. I said... 'I will want to speak to a manager.' But no one responded to that comment. Concerned for time, I then simply left. Is that's customer service????!!! Now I'm wondering if anyone listens to these reviews and if Shirley is going to stay on there to insult more customers this way.
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I had booked... and *then* saw some pretty poor reviews. All I can say is whatever issues they might have had in the past, they have obviously worked hard to resolve because I couldn't fault the service (stunningly swift) the evident attention and general good manners of the staff and the high quality food. The atmosphere and decor was really very nice too and we both had a lovely meal. I'd definitely go again.
Atmosphere: ExcellentDecor: ExcellentService: Excellent
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This island is remote. I stayed here twice, in the last century :) First as a volunteer when I spent 3 months on the island, then as a guest as a part of a 'retreat' over Christmas. The abbey seems to draw people from many walks of life and a variety of Christian backgrounds. The island itself is extraordinary. To me it felt like coming home. I walked the white sands, wandered the Eminence, watched magnificent sunsets and views of Mull, prayed for hours in the abbey, played in the snow (the first on the island for decades, spent hours in the gorgeous abbey library and walked through the most intense thunderstorm I've ever encountered. I played music at midnight in the Reilig Oran, surrounded by the kings of days past and burst into spontaneous song as I stepped onto the natural lawns of Traig Mor (apparently, I'm not the only one to be so affected). I made good friends amongst those who stayed as guests and those I worked with. It's a beautiful, ancient place It still calls to me. I will return.
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