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... and you had to watch the ground for every single step and stop completely to admire the stunning surrounding scenery. But that was luxury compared to later, after about 15 kms or so we had to climb out of the valley, and then started the most difficult and endless climb - again clambering up uneven stones. That was when we had a scary moment - or half an hour - Amr got the vapours, and he never gets the vapours....when we were maybe a third of the way up, he ...
... be quick on most of the track - it was mercilessly up and down or narrow or uneven, ending with a mammoth uphill, followed by the steepest descent I have ever experienced. It was a grassy path there, so not fatal to lose your footing, but took great concentration! And muscle power! But the scenery was out of this world, and the day was sunny and we were HOT! And sweaty. The photos will show the beauty. We ...
We are at this moment in our 4th train, travelling from Liverpool to St. Bees!! So thought I would write up the day so far, plus put in the things I forgot to say yesterday, as I can't concentrate on reading, as have to keep looking out the window at the gorgeous scenery - this green and pleasant land.... First, yesterday I forgot to mention that we went to a little museum of Port Sunlight - gave good history of its origins, and about Lever. He was a grocer's son and worked ...
... and very little breeze. Wednesday, Terry and Ken went for a walk around Tarn Haws while Eira and I spent time together and also went to Barrow to organise an UK sim card for my phone. This was also a birthday for me and once I got my phone working received lots of birthday messages. We went out for a special birthday meal and Eira also produced a birthday ...
... to drive to Askam -in - Furness in The Lake District, where we were made very welcome by our friends, Eira & Terry. The tea and Welsh cakes on arrival were most welcome. I was at High School with Eira and Ken was at college in Swansea with Terry. Ken was also Terry's best man at their wedding. They have a lovely home overlooking Morecambe Bay and the mud flats, ...