Kidderminster is where I was born and spent the first 18 years of my life.
It is in the West Midlands of Englad is is well known for -
a football team called the Kidderminster Harriers
a local paper called the Kidderminster Shuttle.
Famous people from Kidderminster include Sir Rowland Hill who invented the postage stamp and Robert Plant of Led Zeppelin fame ( brush with fame - he used to come into a pub I worked in....)
There is a statue of Sir Rowland Hill in the middle of the town...but I don't think there is one of Robert Plant!
|Kidderminster, Worcestershire, a photo by lisby1 on Flickr.|
2. London. I lived (boy, did I live !!) and studied in London. In lovely south Kensington near Kings Road, Chelsea and also in North Kensington near Portobello Road where the awesome markets are.
|Portobello Road market|
3. Reigate. Where I worked as a house-mum in a boarding school for a while.
I can only remember that there was a pub across the road and there were some nice walks in the area.
|Reigate Heath windmill image from wikipedia|
4. Sydney. I lived in a few places in Sydney, none of which had this view -
5. Blue Mountains, west of Sydney where I have lived off and on for a few years.
6. Parkes - famous for The Dish
7. Tucson - famous for being in the desert and hot and having these amazing, enormous saghuaro cacti.
|tucson photo from flickr|
How many places have you lived in?
Where have you lived? Anywhere exotic?
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