East Hepple Farmhouse
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Travel Blogs from Morpeth
... Tynemouth Village, a sweet little place dominated by a castle and priory ruin om the headland (just the place to make one despair if sent here unwillingly).
The Captain and Navigator used the lunch break for some serious cartography.
Cath has been searching for the last bus to Wallsend but is still to find it. None of them seem that full here. (Bernie can explain - its a rhyming slang type thing from the Hunter - "as full as the last bus to Wallsend"
... We both agreed that whilst it is always nice to return home, it wasn't like a 14 day package at one place where we found ourselves climbing the walls towards the end of the holiday.
Already mentally planning for South of France next year (maybe combined with some time in London)...
... to walk down to the sea which was a long way away so while she was gone I decided to help the fort along as otherwise we would be here for days. I was quite engrossed in building sandcastles on my own when I looked up to discover a woman walking by thinking I had come to the beach on my own to build a fort around me. I did explain I was with others but I must have looked a bit mad. Emma said the water was really clear and quite warm and if they had brought swimming things ...
... as the bit we looked at didn't look like hogwarts. Wandering back to the festival there were a number of stalls but it was all pretty busy so I bought some baklava and a big lollypop and then I discovered they were handing out free potatoes. I like a freebee but Iccouldn't find the woman who was handing out free canvas bags but instead I found a giant potato. He did rush at Edward a little at the beginning which probably scared the living daylights out of him but ...
... owners to say we were close but blimey her telephone voice is posh. She's got a pretty posh voice anyway but it appeared the queen was visiting. The cottage is really nice and pretty big so it takes ages to walk from front to back. Megan had a poo on the carpet but as she only eats raw food it was like rabbit poo so emma quickly scooped it up and all was fine. Edward was obsessed with the tap in the downstairs loo and needs to explain it to emma tomorrow so she ...
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