St. Leonard's Farmhouse

Wimborne Road, Blandford Forum, Dorset, England, DT11 7SB, United Kingdom | B&B
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A travel blog entry by aronmiklosnagy


During my visit to Indonesia for the second time in 2001 I travelled to this remote area within The Gulf Of Tomini in Sulawesi. Which looking back upon I think were the most naturally beautiful islands I'd ever visit because of their obscurity as far as my European knowledge is concerned. ...

Flight to Kuala Lumpur

A travel blog entry by soph022

... to those guys after everything they have helped me with. I'm not one for shopping in airports so I went to find my gate and sat there for an hour before being called for boarding. I had a window seat, with no seats behind me and to my delight no one had booked the two seats next to me! A whole whole to myself and no worries about bugging people to move every time I wanted to get up, I was chuffed :) I got straight on to the film marathon starting with ...

Why, When, How?

A travel blog entry by boomermaxwell


Stonehenge has been one of those enigmatic sites that is not telling its story easily. Over the years that we have visited a little more comes to light each time, but still so much supposition.
The day was so cold and windy, with flurries of snow and a 40kph wind - we did not ...

Loving our Mid Term Break

A travel blog entry by coiafamilyoe


... home town". Lots to do, we saw a movie, did LOADS of shopping, visited one of the amusement arcades and Adventure Land for a rollercoaster ride. We also braved the wind and walked out along the pier which was a huge 1.34 miles long! After a spot of lunch we decided to get the train back along the pier, save getting blown off.

Friday night we headed west to Amesbury by Stonehenge where we spent two ...

A Visit with England's distant past

A travel blog entry by frankenichols


... show us many of the graffitis in the stones, including one by a youngster who grew up in the area, Christopher Wren, the architect of St. Paul's Cathedral.

We had the chance to stay for an hour in the stone circle, but, after around 40 minutes and, when it started to drizzle we decided that we could move on. Seeing the stones up close was amazing.
But, it was time to move on to our second adventure of the day -- Saint Fagans in Wales.



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