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Food & Drink: The Bear in Oxshott Review

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Dining at The Bear in Oxshott, Surrey 

Recently I was invited down to a pub called The Bear which resides in a rather affluent area of Surrey in Oxshott. In November the pub relaunched as a trendy gastro venue after a huge renovation and extension project and I was excited to visit the pub and experience its new-look. 

The pub features classically designed interiors with rich fabrics and finishes throughout, there are plenty of cosy seating areas nestled around the bar itself, as well as a private dining area and plenty of tables with trendy mismatched seating for dining throughout. 

There is also a decent outdoor dining space which would be ideal for the warmer, summer months with a glass of fizz or refreshing mojito in hand. 

On arrival, you immediately enter into the bar which is decorated with wood and is surrounded by sunken Chesterfield sofas and blazing log fireplaces. 

Food is fresh, seasonal and British, on the menu you'll find classic dishes like the Bear's beef burger and beer battered cod, along with more contemporary items like our delicious starter; crispy pork fritters with a homemade chili jam (£5) as well as an extensive wine list to suit all tastes. I'm always pleased to visit a trendy pub with a small but selective cocktail menu on offer too. 

We were seated in a cosy booth by the window complete with fabric patterned seats. After a long day at work and a short drive over to Oxshott (about 40 minutes from West Sussex), I was in need of a refreshing cocktail - a mojito was just what the week ahead ordered. 

We quickly settled upon sharing the Crispy Pork Fritters with Homemade Chili Jam (£5) as a nibble before setting our sights onto mains. 

A steak lover through and through, I ordered the 8oz Aberdeen Angus Fillet steak, served with triple cooked chips, roasted vine on tomatoes and a Portabello Mushroom (£30). My lean cut of beef was juicy and lean and I ordered with a creamy peppercorn sauce for £1.50 extra. The triple cooked chips were fluffy and melted in the mouth. 

Alex opted for the Beef Wellington for one special (£28) which also came as a sharing option for two at £50. When the Beef Wellington for "one" arrived we were both surprised at how large the wellington portion for one was. I can't imagine what the sharing portion for two would have looked like! 

Alex received three large cuts on his plate, which were HUGE (as you can see from the photos). Unfortunately, Alex really struggled to get through the whole thing and he mentioned that the portion was too big (that's rich coming from someone who eats a hell of a lot) so he was unable to enjoy the dish to its full capacity.  

The staff at the Bear did mention that it was the first time the dish had been offered as a special and the portion size was likely to be reduced as they had quite a few people returning the dish unfinished. Although credits to the chef for his generous portion sizes! 

The food was very enjoyable and we'd love to go back and try one of the sharing boards in the sunshine.

The Bear, Leatherhead Rd, Oxshott, Leatherhead, KT22 0JE. Tel: 01372 842747 

For Surrey scotch egg fanatics - see my review of The Stag on the River in Goldaming.

(*) All food and drink at The Bear in Oxshott were provided on a complimentary basis in exchange for an honest review on my blog. All opinions expressed here are my own (*)
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Travel: Italy Destination Guide - How To Spend 72 Hours in Italy

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If you work full-time like me and LOVE to travel, you will know it is always a difficult affair deciding on how best to use and spread out your annual leave across the year. 

You might not believe me but on a recent weekend break to Italy, in under 72 hours we managed to visit Naples, drive past Mount Vesuvius and Pompeii, had two overnight stays in Vico Enquense, plus a visit to Sorrento, a day trip to the isle of Capri and an afternoon driving the Amalfi coast, finishing our trip off with a stop in Positano. Did I mention amongst all this, we got engaged too?!

The best bit? For this long weekend break, I only needed to deduct x 1 full day from my annual leave! 

So, where did this all start? In October, I was lucky enough to be whisked away to Italy for the weekend by Alex for my surprise birthday weekend. With our flight on Friday afternoon from Gatwick to Naples and a flight home late Sunday evening we had less than 72 hours to explore and experience as much of Italy as possible.  

Our trip wasn't meant to be exhaustive or overwhelming, ideally, we wanted to both relax and explore, which I can assure you, is definitely more than possible!

Not only was it the best European city break I've ever been on, we enjoyed plenty of downtime for indulging in Italian food, wine and gelato treats and experienced beautiful scenic sites and romantic spots at every corner. 

So, what did we get up to and how do I recommend you spend 72 hours in Italy? Let's start with Naples.


Our trip first started when we landed in Naples, the largest city in Southern Italy. We arrived after a direct flight from Gatwick Airport, flying with British Airways, which took approximately 3 hours. Upon arrival at Naples airport, we made our way out of the terminal and hopped on a brief shuttle bus (it's free!) over to the airport's hire car area. 

For the weekend in Italy, Alex had booked us a hire car to ensure we could get from A to B in style, and of course, in true Italian style, we hired a classic black Fiat 500 which made the trip all the more magical. Navigating the Italian roads was initially a little stressful, let's just say the Italian's drive like madmen and there were a few moments where I genuinely feared for my life. 

However, after about 30 minutes getting used to navigating the roads (and the people!) the route was pleasant and we even drove past the famous Mount Vesuvius and Pompeii on route to our hotel in Vico Enquense. 

Unfortunately, we didn't get the chance to spend much time in Naples itself, only drive through on route to our next destination. If you love pizza - I highly recommend that you dedicate a couple of hours for Naples as arguably, it's meant to be the pizza capital of the world! 

Estimated time needed: 2-3 hours

Vico Equense 

Our stop for the night? Vico Equense! Vico Equense is a coastal town and comune in the 
Metropolitan City of Naples located in southern Italy.  

For the duration of our short weekend in southern Italy we stayed in a beautiful, five-star boutique hotel called Hotel Capo La Gala, which Alex had booked through the exclusive travel company, Mr. and Mrs. Smith. The hotel was an ideal base to stay, only a short driving distance from both Naples and with Sorrento only a mere 10-minute drive away. The hotel was absolutely stunning with its scenic, cliff-side location.

We also had the most amazing "Paradise Room" complete with private terrace and outdoor jacuzzi overlooking the fantastic gulf of Naples. The room itself was awash with bright white walls and nautical blue and white tones throughout and shells and seahorse ornaments were scattered and dotted about. This is where Alex proposed on the Friday evening - you can read all about our engagement in my previous post.

Estimated time needed: 1 hour - ideal lunch stop from Naples to Sorrento


On Saturday, after the excitement of the night before, we woke up around 9.30am with beaming smiles and headed downstairs for breakfast overlooking the beautiful gulf of Naples. Our morning started off quite lazy but granted, we were still in a fuzzy warm haze from the night before. At around 11 am we grabbed a free shuttle from the hotel (it is basically a private taxi) into Vico Enquense where we took a train direct to Sorrento. The train will cost you around €7 for a return. 

When we arrived in Sorrento the sun was warm on our backs and our cosmopolitan surroundings oozed warmth and sophisticated class. We walked down the hill towards Sorrento's historical center. 

Sorrento's center has a buzzing atmosphere and is the ideal place for shopping, from the seafront to the narrow streets leading to the main area, there are thousands of souvenirs that can be found. 

We wandered around the town and markets before climbing down the stairs from Piazza Tasso to reach Sorrento's Marina Piccola port. It's a short climb, however, can be strenuous due to the steep steps down and difficult on the return trip back up but it is worth the climb! If you'd rather not walk there is the option to take a shuttle bus running to Piazza Tasso or the elevator to the Villa Comunale. 

Ferries depart for Capri from Sorrento's Marina Piccola port around every 30 minutes during the summer months. 

Estimated time needed: Half-full day

The Island of Capri

Capri was arguably the most romantic part of our trip. In the afternoon we caught a high-speed ferry from the port of Sorrento over to the Island of Capri, which took around 30 minutes. We booked round-trip tickets which enabled us around six hours on the island. 

The island itself is made of limestone rock and is very picturesque and has long been a favourite with Roman Emperors, artists, writers and the rich and famous. It is known to be one of the most popular destinations in the Mediterranean and I can most certainly see why; it is visually stunning! 

My favourite place in Capri was Marina Piccola, mainly for the breathtaking 40-minute walk from the center of Capri. When you reach the marina you'll be in awe of its glistening turquoise waters and sheltered sunny cove. Located on the sunny south side of the island, Marina Piccola is sheltered from the wind by a steep wall of rock and the bay is almost always warm. 

Don't miss the wonderful seafront restaurants where you can grab an early afternoon seat next to the water's edge for the best dining spots. I would recommend Restaurant Torre Saracena and Restaurant da Gioia for a beachside setting. The ravioli is to die for! 

It may be small but during your trip you must visit Capri's famous Piazzetta, a fashionable meeting place for both locals and visitors. Today, Capri's celebrity-packed Piazzetta provides the perfect hunting ground for camera-clicking paparazzi, eager to capture images of the rich and famous, and holidaymakers hoping to brush shoulders with their favorite Hollywood star.

Then why not drift towards the fancy lanes full of fashionable designer shops, if you can't afford to touch, just browse with an ice-cream in hand :)

If you have time and the weather is fair, I'd recommend you take a boat over to the Blue Grotto - its only around €13 and is something me and Alex really wanted to do, but unfortunately didn't have time. 

Estimated time needed: Half-full day

Amalfi Coast

On Sunday, our final day, we needed to check out of our hotel and with our little Fiat in tow and our flight home not until the late evening we thought this would be an ideal afternoon to navigate the coastal and cliff-side roads from Sorrento towards the Amalfi coast. 

Driving the Amalfi Coast is very magical and something everyone should experience. Make sure you make time for a quick stop to the wonderful town of Positano. 

Seen from the sea, Positano is set in a dramatic vertical panorama of colors; the green of the Monti Lattari, the white, pink and yellow of the Mediterranean houses, the silvery gray of its pebble beaches and the blue of the sea.

Spiaggia Grande is the heart of sea edge at Positano with its beach 300 meters long, it is one of the largest on the Amalfi Coast, and one of the most glamorous too, attracting a fashionable crowd of artists, actors, and celebrities.

You'll likely be hungry by now, so I'd recommend a sea-facing dining hotspot, The Covo Restaurant. 

The restaurant of Covo Dei Saraceni is a splendid terrace on the sea facing Positano spread along the sandy beach and is the ideal place where the pleasures of the table blend with those of the landscape and of the hospitality of the restaurant staff. 

Estimated time needed: Half a day

For more information on Naples as your starting destination in Italy, take a look the Liverpool John Lennon Airport website for their informative Naples destination guide and plenty of direct flights into Italy. 


I absolutely adore Italy! When can I go back?

Annual leave requirement?

Completely do-able across Friday-Sunday with 1-day full annual leave taken.

(*) This is a sponsored post in collaboration with Liverpool John Lennon Airport. All opinions expressed here are my own (*)
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Lifestyle: Movie Nights at Home - My Essentials

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My Movie Night Essentials

I don't know about you, but these days, I much prefer a movie night at home over going to the cinema. Of course I do enjoy the odd cinema trip now and then but personally, now I have my own home, there's nothing better than getting snuggled up at home with Alex and Mia, sticking my favourite movie on and indulging into lots of naughty treats. 

For me its always a special treat and a great "date-night in" idea. 

So, if I'm having a movie night at home, what are my essentials for the evening? 

Popcorn & Sweets

First of all, its a given that I've got to be stocked up on popcorn - Sunbites sweet and salty is current favourite of mine. Sweets? Chocolate raisins always go down a treat, although I do have a habit of eating these far too quickly, otherwise some mini marshmallows will do! 

My Favourite Film

The most important part? You need your favourite film to watch. Luckily we've got the movies package with Sky so can pretty much find any of our favourites in their movie library. 

I know the screens are usually huge at the cinema but you don't fret, I still think you can get that home movie sound and picture experience, especially if your watching on a HD 4K TV. 

Check out the range of Ultra HD 4K TVs from Panasonic for your own home movie experience!


If you follow me on Instagram you'll notice that I have a huge obsession with candles, they are literally everywhere in my living room. 

Recently I've been experimenting with moving furniture and homeware decor around in the living room and stumbled across these gorgeous marbled stone (kitchen) accessories in John Lewis which I have been using as a foundation for my candle arrangements. 

Lighting all of the candles creates a cosy, warm ambience that you really can't recreate anywhere else but home. 


Having a mid-week movie night? This is where those small 187ml wine bottles come in handy! If I'm having a movie night I'll always grab my favourite red wine tipple from the supermarket on my walk home from work. This is definitely one home movie experience you can't get in the cinema! (unless your going to an Everyman Cinema of course). 

Cosy Blankets

Do you ever feel super cold in the cinema? Whenever I go to my local Cineworld its actually bloody freezing! I end up watching the film shivering hidden under my coat. At home, no problemo! 

There's nothing I love more than pulling on my warmest slipper socks and snuggling down with a fluffy, oversized throw. 

A Companion 

Movie nights home alone are alright, but its much more enjoyable when you've got a companion, or two! Mia (the cat) will always get cosy with us which is super cute and again - this is something I definitely wouldn't be able to have in the cinema!

What are your movie night essentials? Do you prefer trips to the cinema or movie nights at home?


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Lifestyle: My Top 10 Wedding Planning Tips For Busy Brides-To-Be

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My 10 Top Tips For Busy Brides-To-Be

Firstly, if you're reading this, likelihood is your getting married, so BIG congratulations on your engagement!

Secondly, I know first hand how daunting wedding planning can be. I'm in the middle of it right now with 8 months to go. 

I got engaged in October, so only four months ago and as I mentioned, we are getting married in 8 months on Thursday 26th October this year so... I've had a year to plan an entire wedding on top of juggling a full-time job, a blog, a social life and general life admin and day-to-day activities! 

I'll be honest, time isn't really on our side, yes ideally I would have agreed to a leisurely two-year engagement with plenty of time to both enjoy being engaged without the worry of an imminent wedding but unfortunately family health issues don't permit, so it is the way it is and I wouldn't have it any other way if it means I am able to enjoy my big day, surrounded by all the most important and special people in my life. 

I know I've only been wedding planning for four months but with our short time-span I've had to be speedy off the grid and can happily admit that I've already organised our venue, sent out save the dates, booked our accommodation, sorted our photographer and florist, ordered my wedding dress and booked our honeymoon, so I wanted to share with you first hand my tips and tricks for all you other busy brides-to-be out there!

1. Think about what date/season you choose to get married. 

If you're not too fussy about whether you get married on a Saturday or a Monday, then I'd definitely recommend that you choose a day mid-week to get married. Believe me, it will make a lot of wedding elements so much cheaper! Hotels, photographers, venues, even some suppliers, will all vary their prices depending on what day of the week your getting married/or whether you've chosen summer of winter for example. 

If you're not fussed about having a dream, summer beach wedding or a white, wintery Christmas wedding then I definitely suggest you choose slightly a day slightly out of season that is mid-week (if this suits you of course). From my own personal experience, you'll save yourself a good chunk of money on hotels, venues, and suppliers. 

We are getting married on the 26th of October, which is a Thursday, and from my own personal experience, having already booked my venue, hotel, photography and florist I can tell you that we already saved about 2K on the venue by having mid-week and out of season and received a 20% discount on our photographer as it was a mid-week date. Hotels - as you already know, rates are always cheaper mid-week and availability tend to better. 

Also, if you're getting married somewhere rural that requires overnight accommodation for your guests make sure you assess the accommodation options before putting down a deposit. Take for example us; we are getting married in Chichester, which is very close to Goodwood and we had our heart set on staying in the Goodwood hotel with our guests. 

We didn't expect there to be any issues as we had already cross-checked our dates against local events like the Goodwood Festival of Speed, however, unfortunately, it turns out that the entire hotel has been booked out across several weeks every Thursday and Friday by a business. Luckily, we have a variety of other accommodation options in the local area so have booked into a different hotel but seasonality and local events are definitely something you should bear in mind. 

2. Utilise online resources. 

Bridebook is one of my favourite online wedding planning sites, not only is it full of tips and tricks for preparing for your big day, it also enables you to search across a host of suppliers in your local area online, creates shortlists and of course submit proposals direct to the supplier. 

It also provides you with friendly countdowns and reminders by email on the run up to your big day!

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3. Attend lots of wedding fairs. 

Local wedding fairs are a great way to meet UK wedding suppliers and venues, mingle with other engaged couples and gather ideas for the planning of your perfect wedding day. Also, its a lovely excuse for a day out with your mum! 

Here's a list of all the upcoming wedding fairs, bridal shows and exhibitions across the UK: https://www.weddingfairs.com/

4. Suppliers: Meet up with them in person. 

With some suppliers e.g. a wedding planner, stylist or photographer it's really important to check out your chemistry with the person face-to-face. With other suppliers, a phone consultation or even email correspondence should be enough for you to get an idea of whether you'd like to work with them or not. 

If possible, try to meet up in person or arrange a Skype call depending on locations and availability.

At the end of the day, the likelihood is that you will spend a large part of your day with this supplier and don't need the stress or hassle of having to deal with an argumentative photographer all day who ends up rubbing you and your guests up the wrong way!

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5. Establish a colour scheme.

What colours do you love? Maybe you have a specific season you want to get married, like Christmas, which will help you to decide on what colours you have.

First things first: location. It might be best to have a colour palette in mind as you embark on your venue search, think about what colours you'd like to use (if you happen to have a preference) and whether you'd want to prioritise finding the perfect venue or having your perfect colour palette.

In my personal experience, I had no idea of any colour schemes before embarking on our venue search and ended up falling utterly in love with the first venue we visited offline. The venue ticked all the boxes and the colour scheme we have chosen has taken shape based on the venue. Because we are getting married in a barn, which is in a rural, countryside location my colour palette is going to feature a mixture of rustic, floral, pastel colours throughout.

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6. PIN to your heart's content!

Maybe you have no idea where to start? Pinterest! Seriously, pin to your heart's content. When we first got engaged I spent a lot of time debating where I should start and what exactly what my idea of a "perfect wedding". 

Pinterest was the best place for me to start. I decided to create lots of different boards for various different wedding elements like the venue, wedding flowers, wedding dresses, bridesmaid dresses, wedding favours, locations, decor inside the venue, props you name it, Pinterest has a bank of images for everything. 

I then started to search out different parts of the wedding and basically pinned anything I liked, I soon gathered an idea for what I really wanted my big day to look like. Naturally, your Pinterest boards will begin to form a theme and you'll start to get a great idea of how you envisage all the different elements piecing together. 

I pin wedding inspiration on the daily, so make sure you check out my Pinterest board for wedding ideas too

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7. Bridesmaid Dresses: ASOS, free returns, why not?

I've been browsing ASOS for bridesmaid dress inspiration and I've found so many gorgeous midi and maxi styles that are so affordable!

What's more, ASOS is already my go-to online shop for clothing so I'm confident in the fact I'm already familiar with their sizing and what to expect in terms of shape and quality, plus with the added benefit of free returns I can order a variety of styles and sizes for my bridesmaids to get together and try on.

Check out their range of bridesmaids dresses here. 

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8. Create a budget spreadsheet. 

Planning a wedding is super fun, but at the same time, can easily be one of the most expensive periods of your life. Ensuring you have a wedding budget template in place where you can plot all your forecasted wedding expenses will be a great help in getting organised for your big day. 

By having a solid budget at the back of your mind for each wedding cost this will greatly help when you come to shortlisting possible wedding dresses or suppliers for example. 

Do your research and check out different articles online which provide a budget breakdown of what you can expect to pay, on average for your wedding, bearing in mind, wedding costs will differ from person to person. 

Also, Wedding Ideas Magazine offer some free wedding planning budget spreadsheets if you don't fancy creating your own!

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9. Invest in a credit card!

Chances are you are going to be forking out a fair amount of dollar for your big day. With an average UK wedding forecasted to cost around 20-30K, in my opinion, now is definitely the time to invest into a credit card. Hear me out, I'm not advocating that you go and spend lots of money you don't physically have, but you'll find that a lot of credit card providers offer reward incentives when you use your credit card towards a purchase. 

For example, American Express are known for offering greats deals in terms of travel rewards, e.g. Avios points and air miles with Virgin or British Airways. Alex personally did some research into this and has asked me (where the card is accepted) to charge all wedding expenses straight to our American Express Gold Card

Why you ask? This way we are accumulating lots of points towards free flights in the future. I think we worked out that with all of our budgeted wedding/honeymoon expenditure we would be able to accumulate enough points for free flights to New York for example. Now there's an idea for your honeymoon!

10. Most importantly, enjoy the experience!

Most importantly, don't panic, don't stress and enjoy the whole experience! 

I hope my wedding planning tips helped. If you have any further questions or would like to chat to a like-minded busy bride-to-be just pop me a comment or send me an email :)


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Food & Drink: House Of The Rising Sun Restaurant Review, Shrewsbury

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If you are lucky enough to be extending your visit into the evening and dining in Shrewsbury, it's cobbled streets are packed with quirky corners and lots of places to eat; from cool cafes to one-off delis.

On an evening there's a host of bars and restaurants to choose from, in this particular instance, Original Shrewsbury organised for us to dine at House of The Rising Sun, an enticing fusion restaurant doused in a mix of oceanic blue hues and timeless timber tones which provided a sumptuous and luxurious atmosphere to enjoy a fusion of global dining.

The menu itself offers a tapas-style menu; its modern Australian cuisine combines Pacific Rim flavours, mixed with Indonesian and South East Asian influences. As you can imagine there is lots of choice on offer with "around the world dining" delivered straight to your plate.

HOTRS has a pretty cool ethos that their food has "no constraints and no rules". All of their dishes are produced with influences from across the world with special note to Japan and East Asia. Each dish is produced in-house and the restaurant takes pride in the technique and precision of the food they offer. 

Other than the premium steak selection, all of their dishes are what would commonly be described
as tapas and in themselves do not typically form the main meal. It is recommended that they are to be shared and enjoyed by all the table! It is suggested that each person chooses at least 4 dishes and of course any sides you desire for the table. 

So with that in mind, we carefully chose the following tapas style dishes to share between the two of us;

Hoisin duck, spring onion & cucumber £7.00 sushi rolls
Pork belly with smoked apple ketchup £7.00 tempura
Tuna with ginger and lime dressing £6.50 sashimi
Hirata bun - pork belly - sweet steamed bun, pickled cucumber & sriracha mayonnaise £4.00
Seared teriyaki beef, sesame, spring onion & teriyaki sauce £13.00
Salmon with its own caviar £6.50 Nigiri 
Edamame beans (salty, sticky or spicy) £4.00

A few dishes were already firm favourites, and others, like the sashimi and nigiri I hadn't tried before. The tempura pork belly with smoked apple ketchup with a perfectly light and crispy batter was a favourite dish of mine along with the pork belly Hirata sweet steamed buns, topped with pickled cucumber and sriracha mayonnaise... you can see a 'pork theme' occurring here! 

If you're local or just visiting, I highly recommend you pay House of the Rising Sun a visit - it is ideal for groups of friends who can happily share a selection of delicious tapas dishes, along with a couple of fruity cocktails too! 

For further recommendations on where to visit, stay, eat and drink read about my full press trip with Original Shrewsbury here.

House of the Rising Sun, 18 Butcher Row, SY1 1UW. Tel: 01743 588040

(*) This post was in collaboration with Original Shrewsbury who organised a press trip for me to explore the town. All food and drink at House of the Rising Sun were provided on a complimentary basis in exchange for an honest review on my blog. All opinions expressed here are my own (*)
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