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Did you know...On this day in 1974, German author Erich Kastner sadly died. Well known for his children's books. although he was also a poet and screenwriter.
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For the Love of Water
Water is so precious to all humans and the myriad life forms we share this blue planet with. In researching this article, I have found many interesting facts. Cenotes in Mexico (https://www.journeymexico.com) / Kariba Dam (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kariba_Dam) A qanat is an ancient tunnel system built in Iran and Iraq to transport water from a reliable source of groundwater reservoirs to areas requiring irrigation. Being underground they are naturally resistant to water loss through evaporation or natural disasters such as earthquakes. The cenotes found in...
Sugar-Plums and Sherbet – The Prehistory of Sweets
Sugar-Plums and Sherbet – The Prehistory of Sweets by Laura Mason Sweets. We all like sweets and ate them as children. I remember it was a special treat to go to the shops to buy some sweets and then having to choose from the rows of jars. It was not easy! Sherbet was my favourite, but I don’t seem to be able to find it anymore. That is part of the history of sweets in that they have changed and been...