Torbeckhill B&B

Address: Torbeckhill, Waterbeck, Dumfries and Galloway, Scotland, DG11 3EX, United Kingdom | B&B
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    Lima and south coast

    A travel blog entry by rachel1502 on Sep 07, 2015


    ... really nice going through the desert by bus. We stopped at a few places along the way which were nice. The main draw of Paracas is Isla Ballestas or what the Pervians call 'The poor mans galapagos' because there is a lot of wildlife similar to the galapagos but not quite to the same scale. I met a couple on the bus so went for dinner with them then we took a boat to the island the next morning and saw looooads of sea birds, sea lion, pelicans ...

    Blackpool Day 1

    A travel blog entry by megansweeting19 on Aug 03, 2015

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    ... played with the American football on the green to pass time, but that slice of outdoors wasn't enough for Jess so she and Aran went on a walk with her camera while me and dad chill at the clubhouse watching the kiddie performances/shows as they can be funny. It was mostly kids shows but there was also a magic show which was actually quite bad. We are now walking back to the caravan for a good nights ...


    A travel blog entry by traveldons on Jun 06, 2015

    2 comments, 14 photos

    ... we stopped off at Abergavenny that was made more famous by the Beatles song - Taking me back to Abergavenny, hoping the weather is fine (not) - and visited the tithe barn which is now the Info centre. There was a fabulous tapestry on display depicting the town's history and we walked into the market and discovered that pigs really can fly!

    I have been fascinated by the idea of chained libraries and Hereford Cathedral has the oldest in England with rows and rows of ...

    Weather came good

    A travel blog entry by cdickson6 on Jun 05, 2015

    1 comment, 14 photos

    ... s known as the Yorkminster which is the towns main cathedral and centrepiece. We set off on foot and wandered through Yorks many cobbled streets boardered by shops and eateries of all types before arriving at a beautifully manicured park near the river. A leasurely stroll through the park revealed all sorts of ancient ruins and structures each with signs explaining the significance to the area. We watched an elderly gentleman hand feeding squirrels which ...

    Day 1: the journey begins

    A travel blog entry by jharnett92 on Jun 03, 2014

    2 photos

    ... cannot be underestimated which was only bettered by the ease and quickness at which I went through security (took about 5 minutes). Having stocked up on an Australian plug adapter and neck pillow I'm now awaiting the gate to open in an hours time so I can board, off to browse WHSmiths for a puzzle book (#bigkid) to accompany my kobo ereader, along with two books in paper form, which should definitely keep me going for a while! Stay tuned for the next post, coming ...