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... travel writer Michael Kasum noted, “there is something different from being a tourist and being a world traveler.” Just as its etymology suggests, traveling is hard. That’s what makes it interesting. And that’s what makes it worthwhile.
And so again I find myself away from home, among new faces and new things. With a new money system, a new city, a new landscape. And, yet, the same purpose. Because it is only when I ...
... apprentice of Robin Hood. We reluctantly head away from Alnwick to our lodging at the Hope and Anchor Pub at Alnmouth about 9 km away. We are delighted to be at a delightful 18/19th century coastal town locked in time needing only cobblestones to complete it. Our host is a 20 year old Adam who is ambitious but down to earth. The music is good, the beer and wine even better and we are eating beautiful shoulder lamb and a mushroom risotto and it is not yet 6 ...
... it and checked-in. It was a beautifully decorated room and ensuite, with alpacas and chooks in the yard beside the house. The owner recommended a local pub for (our anniversary) dinner and booked it for us. So after a walk in the brisk afternoon, (well, cold and windy!), and a bit of a relax, we drove off along country roads to find the Carts Bog Inn, located on Langley on Tyne. Well again the directions we had ...
... Georgian mansion. The house didn't open till 1 so we started doing some sorting and cleaning in the van. The house was suitably grand with lots of cool ceilings, including one with a real violin in the centre that was plastered over. We went for a walk around the gardens and lakes which were lovely and collected chestnuts before going east towards Manchester. We stopped at Marsden Moor on the way near the Pennines which had some cool rocks. Haydn, Ben ...
I don't care how old I am, there is nothing better than hugs and kisses off Mama bear when you arrive at the airport. Similarly, not a lot better than a wiggly puppy bum to greet you at the front door :) I love to be away, but I equally like to come home too.
I am pretty sure I said this on the way out, but they should ban feckin' wheeled cases as carry-on luggage! *humbug* The Newcastle flight was full, and most of the overheads ...
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