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Another beautiful day with loads of sunshine and blue skies. Today was forecast to be the best day of the week so we had planned to head off to the seaside. There were a number of options for the location of our costal day so after weighing these up we picked Saltburn. A prompt get away allowed us to be in the car park on the sea front by ten o'clock, before the beach and sea front had become really busy and we enjoyed a quiet walk into town. The only real ...
... by our return along the river to Burnsall bridge and a drive back to the Abbey. The sat nav has had an interesting few days and on the way home took us back on a slightly different route. The first concern was that the 'narrow road' sign was not accompanied by the usual addition of 'with passing places'. The road was not much wider than the car, and the entrances into fields looked much the same ...
... on South East Asia, Australia and New Zealand. - not the most original trip but perfect for what we want. Cheap bit of fun to help stick to a tight budget. Lots of culture, followed by good sun and easy living. On the 30th August the count down stops. We head out to Bangkok with a stop over in Dubai. I'll be using this blog to keep in touch, put up pictures and keep track of all the experiences...... Well that's the plan anyway. Wish us luck. I'll be in touch ...
... variety of plays on offer. Before Leeds I had been an avid novel-reader; now I became a devotee of plays too.
On the internet I recently found a list of all the plays performed at Leeds Playhouse during my three years at Leeds University – between 1970 and '73. Here they are:
LEEDS PLAYHOUSE PRODUCTIONS
1970 – 1971
1 SIMON SAYS... ALAN PLATER
2 HENRY ...
... rebuild with all the architectural atrocities that economic rationalism can provide.
The 70's council flats are a real highlight.
But I'm not here for the scenery, I'm here to visit the Royal Armouries.
Five floors of amazing displays of arms and armour from England, Europe , the rest of the world and even some from Middle Earth, thanks to Peter Jackson's Weta Workshops.
After my lazy morning in York, and the ride down, I don't get settled ...