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About your photo book

Choose 25 or 50 photos and we'll print and bind them for you to keep forever. If you like, we can add your captions and the date & time so you can relive the memories for years to come!

We print your Instagram or Facebook photos on 150gsm matt paper and surround them with a 300gsm Trucard cover.

All photo books are a handy 10cm x 11cm and 'perfect bound'.

Pricing

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50-photo books cost £15.99

UK shipping is FREE.

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Little trip to Humber Street for the market
Little book of Memories Lucky 7
 
To the best dad ever
Last working day of the year, #clocktattoo #rose #rosetattoo #rosetattoos #blackandgreytattoo #fkirons #dynamicblack #inkezee #tattoo #tattoos #tattoosleeve #tattooideas #voodoo #boston #craigvoodoo
Healed piece from the last session. #skull #skulltattoo #tattoo #tattoos #tattoosleeve #rose #rosetattoo #blackandgreytattoo #fkirons @fkirons #dynamicblack #voodoo #boston #coveruptattoo
First one of the day #eyetattoo #tattoo #eye #eyetattoodesign #eyetattoos #tattoos #ink #blackandgrey #inked #tattoodesign #blackandgreytattoo #allseeingeye #girlswithtattoos #blackandgreytattoos #tattooart #tattooist #voodooboston #craigmckenzie
Today’s work. #greektattoo #tattoo #tattoosleeve #tattoos #tatted #blackandgreytattoo #dynamicblack #fkirons #voodoo #boston #lincolnshire #tattoouk
Craig Mckenzie - Voodoo Tattoo
 
Claire’s Little Darlings
 
For Daddy 2013-2018
Day 19 - Trinidad - Marathon 8 05:00am start and the best run so far.
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I woke up feeling like I hadn’t slept much. You know the groggy sounding voice and a face that says no. 04:30 alarm for a 05:00 Marathon. John (the kindest Trinidadian I know) had persuaded me to start early to avoid the sun, after the last few runs in the heat I went with his advice. He followed behind me in the car to the Savannah just before down town Port Au Spain. It was dark and cool, which basically felt like training at home. Apart from the breeze was warm. I had no idea what my body or my legs would say to me today. But to my surprise I was already 10 miles in and the sun was only just popping over the horizon. I didn’t even listen to my audio books, podcasts or music. Just the sound of Trinidad. John was parked up in a spot under the trees in order for me to get water each lap. Oh yeah did I mention this was a lapped course again. Only about 11 laps this time. John is a member of the Trinidad and Tobago road runners and is a very good runner so he joined me for the last half marathon. Such a great bloke. Once again the kindness of mankind is overwhelming if I think to much about it. I finished the run after plenty of coconut water. My legs felt good, I wasn’t going to the toilet every few minutes and I enjoyed almost every step. Literally all thanks to John. He drove me back after a stop off to see the view over Port Au Spain, and then introduced me to a lady called Suzannah who is 67 and runs competitively all over the world. Running 27 minute 5ks. What a lady. We chatted and she even gave me a good luck cancer pin. I was tired so I had a nap before transferring to my second hotel the Courtyard Marriott (provided by the great Matt from Dominican Republic). You may notice a trend here, people are amazing. Thank you everyone. I have another 531 days ahead of me, maybe more, so please do keep up the support and share everything on facebook where you can. Today’s run is dedicated to
Day 15 - Cuba Marathon 6 - It’s not hot. Yipeee
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I woke up this morning rather flat, tired and grumpy. After the hassle at the airport yesterday I went to be overtired, and in a country where WiFi is a luxury. So that resulted in the inability to rant and get things off my chest. I was up early to make the most of the day despite the grump, skip forward 5 hours and boom, marathon done and I am feeling rather chipper. I happened to stumble upon a nice chap while running. When I say stumble, quite literally stumble... I found myself slipping all over the place, rather like a cartoon character. Gladly I didn’t end up on the floor, and I gestures to this guy behind me to avoid the rather sloppy spot next to the coast. We chatted and it turns out he used to live about 3 minutes from me in Bristol. We ran around the abandoned stadium together and he turned back shortly later. I took in the bazar day of old cars, modern living standards, and generally a nation of contradictions at every turn. Cars from the 50s and restaurants you order where you your food on iPads. Anyway lots of photos and chats to locals later and I returned to the hotel smiling. I immediate blunged into my hot tub... I then realised hot water was not something this hotel values. I sat naked and drenched my legs in ice cold water. Probably for the best. Tomorrow I hit Jamaica, and I’ll be sure to stay away from the troubled areas, but even still I’m a little nervous.
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Please keep up the support. I’ll soon be in the land of WiFi and fast food once again. It’s been actually very nice to think of my phone as... well... a phone for a day (and a super awesome camera 🙈)
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Thoughts of Kev and why this thing is happening for @prostatecanceruk helped so much.
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Thank you once again for the messages of support please keep them coming.
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#running #run #airport #Cuba #Havana #BritishEmbassy #trouble #charity #drone #confiscated #passport #runningtheworld196 #lostbag #lost #bag #annoying #ru
Day 30 - Cancelled 🛑 flight from Antigua and Barbuda 🇦🇬 to Dominica 🇩🇲 🙈
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Today was the first time in a long time that I woke up after the sun. I am usually awake and out running before it gets completely light. Thankfully I could stay in bed today because of a later 17:15 flight to Dominica. Or so I thought. Uh oh my first ‘all hands on deck, things have changed’ call care in. At 10:00 I was called by the team and told that the flight has been cancelled and the only option was to jump on a 12:40 flight to St Maarten with an overnight stop and then an afternoon flight to Dominica the following day. A mad rush to pack and get to the airport before the checkin closed. Winair was substantially useless didn’t inform me of the flight cancellation at all, then and then failed to book me on this flight either (even after phone calls and confirmations.) Subsequently I was turned away at the desk. So after a number of shuttle runs between the check in desks at the airport and calls to the UK I found a flight tomorrow morning which will get me in only 12 hours later than planned and about 12 hours earlier than the first alternative which winair managed to mess up. So all in all a lot of hassle for virtually the same outcome. My PA found another hotel which were happy to put me up for the night. The blue bay is lovely small bed and breakfast run by two Italians. Brilliant people. Well run and beautiful, the hotel (and the Italian couple). My first time at an airport without getting on a plane for a while. Weird to go back outside so soon. Relief that I wouldn’t waste a day of rest or running though. I will be up for 03:00 tomorrow for an early 06:00 flight. I will then run the Dominica marathon tomorrow as soon as I get to the hotel. Probably a hot one but gotta be done. Uh oh.
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Keep and eye out for my new blog post which will go live tomorrow or the next day. This will review my first month on the road and the 13 countries I’ve visited.
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#running #run
Day 21 - Marathon 9 in Grenada 🇬🇩 St George Marina.
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05:00 start to avoid the sun ☀️ is my new tack tick. The super kind bunch I went to dinner with me are a great mix of triathletes, vets, boat racer, hotel genius, the list goes on. Mark met me this morning with water and food. We set off into the dark and soon after me with Bruno, another great runner. We trotted out the first 10K and the sun turned the sky red and orange just as we got to the marina. Chris (the support guy, was whooping and cheering from the car, delivering water and generally having a great time. Mark disappears off to work at half way despite wanting to stay on, I was then joined by Inga (great triathlete and large animal vet) and Jennifer and then later by a different Mark. This mark is famous for breaking lots of bones in pursuit of sport. Madman. Jennifer is working as a doctor within oncology and had some pretty sad stories to tell. Brilliant laughs, good chats, and before I knew it. Job done. Today felt easy, gentle and enjoyable. Helped by the company and the clouds. Still 28 degrees c though.
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Please check out my podcast. I’m running a weekly episode which you can find on the iTunes Store or just search Nick Butter Podcast Running The World into google.
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This island is beautiful, very well managed, and peaceful, low crime and friendly. I’ve said good morning to lots of people. Next stop St Vincent tomorrow.
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Share the donate link please it can be found via the website. www.runningtheworld196.com
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#running #run #hot #cloud #runnerguy #sport #triathlete #grenada #runner #marathon #travel #love #beach #sunrise #boats #marina #prostatecanceruk #dosportlive #redbull #pulsin #juiceplus #country
Day 37 - México to Belize 🇧🇿
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The good news today? I wasn’t getting on another plane ✈️. The bad news? The alternative is an 8 hour bus 🚎 from Mexico over the border to Belize City. Made a little worse by the bus being overnight... or so I thought. I spent the day mostly sleeping and doing the usual admin. Things like uploading files to a backup, sending Patch audio sound bites for the podcast, stretching and eating. I had to checkout of the hotel by 14:00 so that meant unnessecary hassle when needing to get to my bag to change or something. Nothing I couldn’t handle. I went on a little kayak jolly around the coast for a short while and then showered in the spa and jumped in a taxi to the bus station. This overnight bus could have gone one of two ways. Horrendously cramped, very hot or very cold, and no opportunity or sleeping, or plenty of room, two seats to myself, 8 hours of sleep and just the right temperature. I am pleased to report it was the later. The best bus journey of my life. This takes into account the stop at the border and the stop at customs. Somehow oddly miles apart. Maybe they have a fat border. Anyway I arrived at 07:00 into the City of Belize and made my way to the hotel. Do I have time to run before the sun gets to hot? You’ll have to checkout tomorrow’s post to read all about it.
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I’d like to dedicate these few days of the trip to my friend Mark. I was told yesterday that he had a completely out of the blue heart attack and died while running. On the one hand I was shocked and sad but on the other this reinvigorates my philosophy of life. Don’t count the days, make the days count. Mark did, and that makes me smile... but it reminds me of what I constantly preach about. Life is short, and sometimes shorter than you think. Kev’s whole message to me was to not wait for something terrible to happen before I live my life the way I want to live it, and so here I am 16 countries and 16 marathons completed in just 37 days. Mark and his
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These seats are from the recycled Olympic Stadium here in Saint Lucia. I accidentally ran past the stadium on route today and so I had a little look around. To my surprise the stadium has now been converted into a hospital. Amazing idea. There was ever what looked like some residential buildings too. I guess there’s quite a lot of room in a stadium. The track was actually in pretty good nick, so I did a quick (slow) lap. Today was a good day, not a great day cos the hills were tough and i could feel my ITBand tightening with virtually every step. Some stretching tonight will sort it out I hope, before my next stop in St Kitts and Nevis. I have a rather long convoluted way to get there due to flight times. I go from here in about 14 hours time at 05:00 tomorrow morning to Barbados 🇧🇧 then on to Dominica 🇩🇲then to Antigua and finally to St Kitts. My journey will take me all day. Don’t ask me why this is happening; it’s simply because getting around these islands isn’t straight forward. It is what it is. So my run today took me about 3000ft of climbing, long slogs, passed some banana 🍌 fields, lots of water 💧 stops and finally I made it. Finishing my 11th marathon in 25 days.
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I found myself reflecting on why I’m doing this. In a positive way that is. Thinking about Kev and all the other people that suffer from cancer... and specifically Prostate Cancer. Someone asked me recently what would I change if I could ... and other than the obviously to cure cancer i think I’d want mandatory checks for cancer every year from 40 onwards. This was, in theory very few men should ever get to be in Kev’s situation. I then started to think why not, why can’t this be a thing. So perhaps I’ll work on it. Let’s just get this mammoth trip out of the way first. I really hope that people (not just men) sit up and pay attention to the message here.
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Thank you so much to those that have supported and continue to do so. Share f
Day 9 - Haiti - Mission, School, Church visit. I met a wonderful bunch of people at the #BelFleMissionHotel in #PortAuPrince On my rest day, I spent a few hours learning about their work with the church, the school and the orphanage. What amazing people, and awesome kids. This school, set up after the 2010 earthquake teaches 300+ kids which are supported and sponsored by individuals and organisations from around the world. I actually ran straight past the school yesterday on my run. I was lucky enough to experience some their Sunday life. So privileged on all fronts. Thanks to everyone I met at the hotel. Please comment below to tag yourselves so people can get in touch if they want to support.
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Tomorrow is, surprise surprise, another early start, but this time it’s a bus not a plane. Baz sadly I still need to be at the bus stop 2 hours early, not a joke. My driver from yesterday, the legend that is Benjamin is picking me up again at 05:00 to go the 08:00 bus to the #dominicanrepublic🇩🇴
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I may not get there in time to run straight away but we’ll see. Anyway I must get back to more stretching.
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Please keep sending lovely messages, follow on strava at running the world 196 and donate via just giving. Just search Nick Butter Running The World 196 Just Giving. The money goes to @prostatecanceruk to help stop men like my mate Kev dying from #prostatecancer
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#running #run #runner #travel #worldrecord #guinnessworldrecord #recordsetters #dosportlive  #runnerman #marathon #marathontraining #nickbutter #donate #cancer #charity #love #Haiti #church #help #mission #fit #hot #guy #runnerguy #runningtheworld196
Day 13 - Dominican Republic 🇩🇴 School Visit
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This school is awesome. Today I was lucky enough to spend some time @stgeorgeschool What a great school and these guys and girls are so lovely. I spoke about the journey and the why. That’s where you come in Kev. I shared the message about @prostatecanceruk and then took some really good questions from this bright bunch. We also did a little running 🏃‍♂️ of course. I was also shocked to be presented with a special school pin. So kind. I’ll never forget these kids. Great fun. Thanks
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Today was also spent taking a deep breath and preparing for an onslaught of running. This was my last time for a long time where I have more than 2 days in a country. So it’s going to get brutal from now on. Wish me luck. I also sat down with @harboroughmatt from @marriotthotels and discussed his career in the hotel industry and how he may even be able to help in the future. Matt is super nice chap. I feel I’ve peaked to soon. 🙈 Tomorrow I leave early for Cuba 🇨🇺 where I hope to run and stop every 3 seconds for photos of old cars. Please don’t let it be to hot. 😎
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What have I learnt about this island? Well number one... there is a line in the sand bang in the middle of the lovely island... a literal border that divides Haiti and the Dominican Republic... and that this border shows the huge divide between rich and poor.  Don’t get me wrong there are substantially poor people in the Dominican Republic as well but wow the contrast from Haiti. It hits you square in the face. I hope to help with this sometime in my life... (I have a feeling I’m going to have a very long list by the time I finish) Secondly DR is fun, vibrant and hot. The kids here are super fun and polite.
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I hope to visit more and more schools throughout the journey. If you’re connected to a school get in touch. I’d love to visit and share my story and promote the work of @prostatecanceruk .
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Keep sending the lovely messages. Number 6 tomorrow.
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Day 40 - Belize to El Salvador
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I left the hotel in Belize 🇧🇿 at 14:00, a long wait in the airport and then off to El Salvador. Avianca flight didn’t take too long but I could feel my body, mind and legs were tired. All this #running was catching up on me. I was grumpy 😡 in the hotel before I left, after a taxi driver tried to rip me off before even getting in the taxi. Don’t worry I put him in my place like any good Englishman would. Rather than swearing and being rude at the offer of a $40 US fare, which should cost about $20, I simply declined in such a way which was far to polite and left me feeling frustrated with myself. Note to self; don’t be so polite when people try to rip me off. (Unless I’m in a dangerous situation and I’ll revert to the Hugh Grant manner.
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Anyway, touch down. I was met by two lovely ladies from the hotel VIP lounge and the greeted by Bernhard from the British Embassy. Once again, another great chap with fantastic stories. All of which you can hear on the podcast soon or checkout the videos soon to be uploaded to Vimeo. (Nick Butter)
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I hit the pillow in the far plusher (possibly/definitely not a word) hotel in SanSalvador. I was knackered. It felt like 5 minutes later when my 05:00 alarm went off to chuck my running gear on and head for marathon 18 in just 41 days. Man I was tired.
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#runner #world #travel #run #runningtheworld196 #nickbutter #suunto
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Had a great time at prom last night 🎉
Very proud of this one moving to university yesterday ready to study sociology. Considering she doubted that she would get any offers or even go to university she's done very well💕 

Today I move up to the same city (lucky coincidence I promise!!) to start a new chapter of my life studying Vet Med. Looking forward to the challenge but will miss home comforts a lot.
 
Third Year
Happy to call this home for the next 10 days #familyhols #zante #andrelax
Summer 2017
My girl
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