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... myself of the madness of my decision!) I have OCD about personal hygiene, live alone and enjoy my own company! Not sure Trek America was my wisest decision - but we shall see. Let the adventure begin! Well the preparation at least!! I am starting in LA on September 14th travelling to New York till 8th October. I've added the map so you can see the route I will be taking. Will update soon Natalie ...
Not much to tell of the the day, other than we visit the first day of the Lincoln Antique Fair. Up early, and peer out the window.......it's sunny albeit cold. Expecting great weather for the rest of the day, we dress accordingly. We were misled. We walk down Steep Hill to the Barbican Hotel, our courtesy bus meeting point for the 10 minute ride out to the show grounds. Arriving ...
... for a walk. Lincoln is a great town/city, lots of character. Tonight we caught up with Nikki and Chris. Leonie met Nikki whilst cycling China, and heard on facebook we were in the neighbourhood and suggested dinner (see stalk book has other uses). Dinner was at a fabulous little restaurant Browns Pie Shop. Good English fare, pints of beer and a bottle of chianti. Home, in bed early and getting ready for the antique fair ...
My last travel blog was my ill fated attempt to travel the world. You know, that time I was supposed to spend 5 and a half months in New Zealand, followed by trips to Fiji and California? No? Ok, remember that Aussie girl who trapped me and forced me into marriage so that she obtain a British visa? Yeah, that's right, Chanel. Well, this travel blog is going to be a bit more family friendly, for 3 reasons, 1) I have a wife, 2) I have ...
... we found it. Little more than a row of Cuneiform trees sandwhiched between farmland, it's easily missable.
As we strolled through its pathetic remnants, its tall, dark trees struggling to remind us of how grand it must have been once upon a time, I found myself feeling sad that Britain had lost so much of its wilderness, for although rolling farmlands are pretty, they just cannot compete with the beauty or soul of a proper rainforest.
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