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In the ongoing effort to keep our bodies beautiful, my wife and I have taken up pole-walking.read on
‘Sticks and stones can break my bones, but words can never hurt me…’
We’ve all heard it – maybe we’ve even said it. But is it true?
It was Wednesday. I was seated in this flat-bottomed boat, chugging downstream on a smallish river in China’s tropical south, enjoying some of the weirdest scenery on earth.read on
Calling a lift is easy. Simply press the button and wait. And then press the button again.read on
I’m reluctant to write this column. That’s because I know by the end of it I’m going to be, in many minds, the fun police. A wowser. You’re not going to like me much. I’ll be the messenger you’ll want to shoot.read on
I am not sure this happens to every geezer, but it seems to me, that, as a bloke gets older, the size of his vehicle shrinks along with other parts of his body.read on