Travel Blogs from Maidstone, United Kingdom

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Leeds Castle (World), Maidstone, United Kingdom travel blog

Leeds Castle (World)

A travel blog entry by kitkatgo

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"A Magnificent Pile of Medieval Origin" Built in the 12th Century, Leeds Castle, or the "Ladies Castle" as it is sometimes called, looks like something from a fairytale with knights and fair maidens. The day we visited, it was quite chilly, and it makes ...

Kent County Show, Detling, England, United Kingdom travel blog

Kent County Show

A travel blog entry by theskinners

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    This weekend was the Kent Count Show.  This is similar to the Wayne County Fair in Michigan.  Lots of farm animals, livestock judging, food and beverage stands, horse riding competitions, steam powered tractors, carnival ...

Sitting, Watching, Waiting..., Maidstone, United Kingdom travel blog

Sitting, Watching, Waiting...

A travel blog entry by joshjpalmer

So I'm sitting here, pretty much just wasting time until tomorrow, when we're off to Rome, finally. Thought I may as well write out a vague overview of our trip, for lack of anything better to do, or maybe it's just trying to put off packing for another ...

There's No Place Like Home, Maidstone, United Kingdom travel blog

There's No Place Like Home

A travel blog entry by hannahbatchelor

So we finally reached our last week of travelling! We had one week left to spend in Bangkok before we flew home. We spent the week exploring temples, catching up at the cinema (before each film they play the national anthem and everyone stands to sing!), ...

Leeds Castle, Maidstone, United Kingdom travel blog

Leeds Castle

A travel blog entry by travelingdiva

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I managed to sleep in this morning so Auntie Anne came up to wake me just before 9am. We had a busy day ahead of us and I needed to get rolling! I got ready while Uncle Gary fried us up a delicious breakfast of sausages, bacon and eggs. After eating more ...

Haven't been anywhere yet and its already exciting, Maidstone, United Kingdom travel blog

Haven't been anywhere yet and its already exciting

A travel blog entry by martin84

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I'm in Kent staying with family saying bye to my little brother Josh and my middly brother Tom. I have used the time here to finish off preparing for the trip I have started taking Malaria tablets and got all my stuff together that I need repacked my bag ...

Apologies, Maidstone, United Kingdom travel blog

Apologies

A travel blog entry by falconworldtour

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Apologies for the final blog being so late. It is in fact March as I write this. I have actually been meaning to get around to it for ages. Fortunately it was only the last night of our trip and the flight home that has not been covered. Our last ...

Mundane, Maidstone, United Kingdom travel blog

Mundane

A travel blog entry by martin84

... pictures of places visited, a plaza in merida, a market in Hanoi palm trees and desert islands. (My two jobs in Maidstone were painting the house and sorting mail in the post office neither occupied 100% of my concentration) My memory for dates and names ...

A very long journey home, Maidstone, United Kingdom travel blog

A very long journey home

A travel blog entry by robhandley

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Introduction, Maidstone, United Kingdom travel blog

Introduction

A travel blog entry by darrenstravels

Hello there. The opening entry to any sort of story is very much your shop window.  You need to entice them in, show off your wares and to show them what else there is to come.  In all honesty this isn't a really in depth, travelers ...

Back in the game..., Maidstone, United Kingdom travel blog

Back in the game...

A travel blog entry by darrenstravels

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So we are back home, in south eastern England.  After basking in the tropical sun and thousand percent humidity of Singapore, we were greeted with a snowstorm in our first few days back in the UK.  Such changes really don't help you adjust to ...

Last few things..., Maidstone, United Kingdom travel blog

Last few things...

A travel blog entry by robhandley

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I have just phoned a local restaurant to confirm how many people will be coming to my leaving meal. I realise it is a bit funny to have a going away meal when the holiday is only five weeks in length, but any excuse for a drink with my chums is OK with ...

South England still, Maidstone, United Kingdom travel blog

South England still

A travel blog entry by billnpat

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April 19:            Maidstone Dog lover alert! You will see a photo of a woman with two Greyhounds on leash. We ran into her in the lovely riverside park in Canterbury, and she was happy to chat with us ...

Before we leave..., Maidstone, United Kingdom travel blog

Before we leave...

A travel blog entry by darrenstravels

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You can stick your nine to five livin’...And your collar and your tie...And stick your moral standard...’Cause it’s all a dirty lie  (AC DC - Rock 'N Roll' Singer) It's been over a year now since we got back from our Australia ...

Time to haul ...., Maidstone, United Kingdom travel blog

Time to haul ....

A travel blog entry by ashventures

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... particular backdrop to a tour's debut. Then as far as the Medway, where I deviated and started to head directly for Maidstone, eventually getting there around dinner time and, after some wiggling of the GPS, continued on a little before finding a spot to ...

Last stop in UK, Detling, United Kingdom travel blog

Last stop in UK

A travel blog entry by d_j_browning

We left Padstow to drive all the way across to the other side of the UK. Stopped for the night at the small village of Detling, which gives us a short drive of 60km into Dover tomorrow. It’s been a whirlwind trip to the UK, the weather has been ...

"The Loveliest Castle in the World"

A travel blog entry by sandysteffens

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We returned to the airport to pick up our rental car - Noah was going to brave the left sided driving while we were in England and Ireland. With Julie as the navigator we headed south to visit Leeds Castle. Having visited the castle when she went to ...

Finding roots in Maidstone, Staplehurst, Headcorn, Maidstone, United Kingdom travel blog

Finding roots in Maidstone, Staplehurst, Headcorn

A travel blog entry by terryboo

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... we walked up High Street and looked at all the old buildings.  We headed up to St. Faith's street and toured the Maidstone Museum.  It's quite a surprise to find such a varied collection of artifacts in a small city like this: everything from an ...

May 7, 2013, Maidstone, United Kingdom travel blog

May 7, 2013

A travel blog entry by narabouts

Woke about 6am to sunshine pouring in through the 'van window. Got up at about 7.30am and after showering and having our breakfast we said our goodbyes to Tim and Maggie and headed north towards Scotland. We stopped at a brilliant farm shop on the A66 ...

Leeds Castle and meeting the uncles, Maidstone, United Kingdom travel blog

Leeds Castle and meeting the uncles

A travel blog entry by danielben

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Hello E2 and E1 and everyone We are writing this update together.  Last thursday we went to the High Rocks with Uncle Michel and Uncle Tim.  At the rocks we did some climbing.  It was really hard climbing.  We went over some ...

Radio 1: Big Weekend, Maidstone, United Kingdom travel blog

Radio 1: Big Weekend

A travel blog entry by darrenstravels

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... day arrived, and walking down to the park with my trusty midget sidekick, Helen, you could tell that for a weekend at least, Maidstone had transformed.  People were happy.  They were talking with strangers.  It was nice.  The sun was ...

Who will buy this wonderful morning?, Maidstone, United Kingdom travel blog

Who will buy this wonderful morning?

A travel blog entry by craigandrea

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... ! In the end I bought more than her (3 to me, 1 to her). It was another long walk! From there we came up to Maidstone (County Town of Kent), which is the home of Kent County Constabulary, (as was), but now Kent Police. Managed to get a washing done ...

Maidstone to Dover., Maidstone, United Kingdom travel blog

Maidstone to Dover.

A travel blog entry by narabouts

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The van is packed-food, drink, clothes and books are all on board. Beck has left for her house in France and we followed soon after. We got down to the Hawthorn Farm campsite at Martin Mill by 2pm and met up with our friends Tim and Maggie, of Exclusive ...

Calais, Maidstone, United Kingdom travel blog

Calais

A travel blog entry by gjfsewell

Diana has already bought a local paper by the time we come down for breakfast. The main news is that anti-European parties have greatly increased their share of the vote in most countries. What has happened to all the idealism that was meant to stem the ...

Home sweet home...or is it?, Maidstone, United Kingdom travel blog

Home sweet home...or is it?

A travel blog entry by sarahh

Well I guess I'm ...

Yep, it's a travel blog..., West Farleigh, United Kingdom travel blog

Yep, it's a travel blog...

A travel blog entry by hamhamparty

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This is where I'll be posting all my updates and shizzle. Yeah ...

May 8, 2013, Maidstone, United Kingdom travel blog

May 8, 2013

A travel blog entry by narabouts

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We drove 342 miles yesterday and just over 100 miles today. We came through some spectacular scenery on the A82 and A87. We were the only car going in our direction for miles. We skirted several lochs and their beauty was breath-taking. The road was very ...

Pre-departure thoughts, Maidstone, United Kingdom travel blog

Pre-departure thoughts

A travel blog entry by darrenstravels

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Prologue Exactly two years ago I sat on this same computer, in this same room, on this same website.  I had just returned from four months mooching around Thailand, Laos and Cambodia.  As I wrote out my trip notes, found here, I found myself ...

visiting again, Maidstone, United Kingdom travel blog

visiting again

A travel blog entry by shilts

aaargh a dinner with medico legal ...

May 9, 2013, Maidstone, United Kingdom travel blog

May 9, 2013

A travel blog entry by narabouts

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We woke up to sunshine and a fantastic view of Uig Bay. Nothing better than sitting up in bed with a cup of tea and a book looking out on a spectacular view! The showers were basic but clean and although they were push button the water was nice and warm. ...

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