I’m going to be talking about my experience with changing university courses, why you should change courses, why people change course, how long does the process take and basic advice.
So I recently went on a little makeup shopping trip with my mother (who only ever wears makeup on special occasions) and prompted her to buy a new foundation. The one she was using just did not go with her skin tone! And let’s just say, there was an offer on at superdrug.
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So I am expanding my grounds with this blog and would like to try new areas to let my opinionated self explore. Today that area will be Skincare products.
So the other day I tried out this Turkish place on Bold Street in Liverpool City centre, and it was just the cutest place. The locale was great, parking wise I’d say it’d be a headache, but me and my friend walked. The exterior and interior of the store doesn’t ooze class or expense, but it is definitely different to most restaurants. The style of the restaurant fits in with Bold Street, it’s unique in its own way which is appealing to some.
So, I’m sure we have all seen the countless adverts of Pepe’s chicken on TV throughout September 2016 (I believe it was), following which they opened one in Bolton town centre. Smack bang in the middle. Such a good location for a reputable restaurant/grill. Pepe’s is now open in Market place, in the vaults, just past Prezzo. Yes, there is also a ‘Halal’ Nando’s down there too, but the question of the authenticity is yet very much alive (in my eyes at least). For locale of the restaurant, I am going to give it a solid 10/10, it’s just so ideal to just pop down for a lunch, but is it really worth the price and time?