Homelands Guest House
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The Lambton Hounds Inn, Durham. Weather was fine and windy Left Upper Largo and drove towards Edinburgh. Driving across the Forth Road Bridge was very windy, high vehicles were banned from crossing. Gusts of wind blew our car. Found the Royal Britannia Yacht after using the IPad. Did a tour of the yacht which was very interesting. The royal areas were very well done but not ...
... just as old in maturity. I am no longer compelled, because I now feel very much in control of this desire, this craving. I have taken responsibility for my need to travel, and I own it. This is no longer confusing to me, but empowering.
Someone once said to me that people travel for one of three things: to run toward something, to run away from something, or to seek something. I think that is very true, and I have encountered people all ...
... showers go, it was the most fun one I've ever used. Since we were staying in Ulverston (on recommendation from the people we stayed with in Bath), which is just south of the Southern Lakes, we didn't see the Lakes per se, but we did do some walks around the town, and had a view of the Lakes from the top of Hoad's Hill, and passed through them on the train. We attempted to do a bit of the Cumbrian Way walk, which is a 70 mile, near week-long walk ...
... and fall.
We made or way down to Halfax to catch up with Stratford, and old beau of Jude's. A quick drink and we pushed on to Buxton for the night, a Georgian spa town high in the Pennine way. It has taken a long time for us to adjust back to miles, we are definitely still used to kilometers and have been way out with our timings, hence getting intovtowns at nearly 9:00pm.
... our fifth and final peak of the day - when the path which had been so clear all day (which was part of our pleasure) suddenly disappeared, and there we were floundering wondering where on earth to go, cold and wet! We had teamed up with the Melbourne quartet by chance from a few hours before, so the 6 of us were in this quandary together. Finally, after mountain goat clambering, we found on the other side of these rocks a perfectly normal path leading away.....if only they had put ...