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It has been a wet old day from start to finish which we think is the first time that has happened during our entire trip! Not bad eh! We left our pretty little valley camp site and headed down to Carlisle. On the way we stopped off at Lockerbie which was the unfortunate site of a plane crash in 1988 after it was blown up by Libyan forces. There was a memorial to those lost that day, in the Remembrance Garden next to the church but just as we ...
... s relatives moved to Mansfield. We thought it would be nice to give a cup of tea, well the cups were dirty and the tea was ****. Some of the locals looked like they were from a limited gene pool but I am sure they are nice people. We were happy to move onto Durham which did have a good market square with lots to see and buy. But I still didn't buy anything. So that is two in a row. MDH must be ...
Victoria works at the commonwealth games so this morning she got me like a visitors pass and I got to go into the village! It's so cool In there! They have like a big food hall where they get all their meals and a big like party tent with music pumping all the time to unwind! So that was a really cool thing to see! After my little tour Victoria had to do some work so I ...
... that evening was spent cooking and playing board games in the MCR. A particular favorite was Articulate, a game played in partners. Each turn one partner draws a series of cards with a particular theme - for example people. They must then get their partner to say the name of the thing on the card without using any of the words in that name. For example if Nathan(1) drew the card "a dog", he might give the clue "wags its tail", or "it barks a lot". Each turn you have 30 ...
... Keswick, where we braved the hordes - well what else is there to do in the Lakes District on a wet Sunday than go shopping? We had lunch (Charlie voted his fish and chips the best yet) and found a launderette to do a couple of loads while we ate. It did remind me of Pauline in Eastenders!
Our final stop was the Castlerigg Stone Circle (another 4,500-year-old set of standing stones) and then we headed west into Northumberland ...
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