Igloo Backpackers Hostel
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... gardens a lot of the way. We moored just past Sandiacre on the Monday and just past Cotmanhay on Tuesday. Arrived at the end of navigation, Langley Lock in Eastwood, and moored on the visitor mooring in the basin. The manager of the basin came and introduced himself and seemed a very friendly, helpful person. We plan to stay overnight and make our way back down the Erewash tomorrow.
I'm an impatient man, but not ...
So it only feels right to kick off my Roosevelt blog (or Rooseyblog) now that I have officially received my scholarship! My partner Piers and I attended the Nottinghamshire Roosevelt Travelling Scholarship annual dinner at West bridgford County Hall on Friday 5th June. Scholars past and soon to be were gathered to hear the fantastic achievements ...
... her. The same happened at the next lock but hey, it's still a beautiful day and the scenery is amazing.
We arrive at the next lock to find a boat moored on the locking bollards even though there is ample space behind. This makes things difficult for the boat handler. It was still a beautiful day.
We had last filled our water tank over a week ago. On rivers, sanitary stations, where you can get rid of your rubbish, empty ...
... were three references to a Sarah Hurst born in Nottinghamshire (in the relevant timeframe), however the baptism and marriage records don't include the name 'Saxe". Claire will need to do more research to follow this down the line. Two of these are hot prospects and one is very unlikely.
On Thursday night we went to an Indian Restaurant. This was a brilliant restaurant. The decor great, the service excellent and the ...
... the women's cell, the small exercise yards, the gallows, then into the tiny cells dug into the sandstone ground. These cells held the convicts before they were shipped out to Australia. It was fascinating to hear about how they were treated prior too and on their journey. After we went to the caves underneath the city, which was interesting of how people used to live and build houses into the sandstone. Now there is a shopping complex over the top, which is a bit odd ...