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The staff always calls us a few days later to see how the cats re-adjusted to returning home.Je voulais partir vivre et travailler à Calgary en début 2012 et je ne savais pas combien de temps cela prendrait avant de m’installer dans un nouveau « chez moi » là-bas.

Je pensais que l’Hôtel Balto serait trop cher pour mes moyens, mais, après les avoirs appelés, je me suis rendu compte que les prix proposés étaient régressifs, pour les longs séjours à durée indéterminée.This is a readily identified and beautiful coastal plant.The blue/green spiky leaves, which give arise to its common name, cover the whole plant and have white veins and edges. The powder blue flowers appear between June and September, and are borne in cone-like clusters and have spiny bracts.Halloween is almost upon us and at The Bowgie Inn, Crantock, we love a costume. It also requires much more effort which earns extra points from us. In recent years there has been a surge in creativity meaning we see more than just a witch an Herman Munster. If you have ever dressed as a ghost before, you will have found the sheet keeps falling off causing trips. Less dangerous, more amusing (and not really that sexy!

It is as if it needs holding in place by something…

If you are struggling for inspiration we have made a list of our fave costumes that really made us chuckle.

A link to the original source of each photo has been included – so just click the pic to find out more!

The Norfolk Biodiveristy Action Plan, comprises Habitat Action Plan (HAP) and Species Action Plans (SAP), one of which is titled ' Coastal Sand Dunes', this HAP plan recognises the need to put measures in place to protect the existing habitat and where possible enhance or expand this precious resource. In Elizabethan times the candied roots of the plant were believed to be a strong aphrodisiac.

They were cited in Shakespear’s play ‘The Merry Wives of Windsor’ in a speech by Falstaff. Let the sky rain potatoes; let it thunder to the tune of ‘Green Sleeves;’ hail kissing-comfits and snow eringoes (sea holly); let there come a tempest of provocation, I will shelter me here....

The face of the garden changes throughout the year.