Raiders of the Lost Ark is one of those requisite movies that everybody has to either see or be set out on an ice floe and shunned from society forever. One of its most iconic sequences is the cold open, where Indy invades a temple, steals a treasure and outruns a giant boulder. Once again, you can thank Scrooge McDuck for that: Spielberg and Lucas were separately inspired by two different Scrooge McDuck comics to write two different parts of that scene.
If snorkeling is a lifelong dream of yours, check one more wish off your bucket list by heading to Hanauma Bay for a swim. Located on the south shore of Oahu, Hanauma Bay is the state nature preserve home to a vast marine life ecosystem with more than 400 species of fish and many sea turtles, called “honu” in the Hawaiian language, inhabiting the area. Enclosing the crescent shaped bay is a stretch of sand for you to lie on beneath the palm trees, basking in the sun with a light breeze to cool you down..
In the last few years, raising shrimp as part of aquaculture operations has also become popular in some areas, and the farm raised shrimp are similar but not quite as good as wild shrimp. For one thing, wild shrimp eat a different diet, made up of seaweed and animal matter, which gives them a better flavor. And since the wild shrimp get more exercise, their meat is generally firmer..
A tweet from Steph Hobbs at around 6.30pm said: “Not looking good. Several fire engines and an ambulance or two near Bathwick Street.”The Chronicle contacted Avon Fire and Rescue Service and was told fire crews assisted South Western Ambulance Service NHS Trust with access to the building.A spokesperson said: “We were called by the ambulance service to the scene around 5.45pm.”We attended with two fire engines and a turntable ladder and helped gain access to the property.”There was an ambulance and paramedics at the scene, but we left after gaining access around 6.11pm.”South Western Ambulance Service NHS Trust spokesperson confirmed it had attended Sydney Place at 5.43pm, but said “there was no patient”.”We attended Sydney Place at 17:43 but there was no patient,” said a spokesperson.Bath father told he can’t take his children out of school for one day for his brother’s weddingWhen asked if it was a false alarm, the spokesperson said: “There was no patient so there is nothing more we can add.”The Bath Chronicle has launched a WhatsApp group to help you keep up to date with the latest news. If you’d like to receive breaking news alerts, save the number 07939 497390 to your phone we recommend saving the contact as ‘Bath Chronicle News’ then send the word NEWS to us via WhatsApp.