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... Country Pub of the Year competition. We chatted to a couple of interesting chaps at the bar who were covered in tattoos. One was a mural artist, believe it or not by the name of Dan Walls, who also dabbles in body art (tattooing). We viewed his mural work from pictures on his cellphone and his talent just blew us away. It is available to view on www.illuminationwallart.co.uk. It was a very pleasant and entertaining evening with a most hospitable ...
Travelled to my ancestral town of Bishop Auckland and found the public cemetery. Spent an hour looking for Teasdales or Wilkinsons but had no luck. As far as cemeteries go we found the burials were in no real order with plenty of space between the bodies. Bishop Auckland is a market town in demise. Many shops have closed and the market square had a couple of vans selling fruit & veg and meat. ...
... met up with us and the drinking continued! It got to midnight and me and Victoria called it a night but on the way we found the most amazing pasta place that was still open! It was like you chose what pasta you want and then choose 4 toppings, I got chorizo, sundried tomato, bacon, pesto and parmisan and like a tomato based sauce! It was AMAZING!! So it was a good night! ...
... and caffeinated. Sitting down to a delicious doughnut was a great way to cap off a fun day.
Friday was a slow day in Durham. We spent most of the day relaxing and playing games, as well as cooking. However in the evening it was time to introduce the Nathans to a bit more of Durham's nightlife. It was our good friend Sophie's birthday, so she returned to Durham from Bolton (where she is spending the summer) for the weekend. Pippa also came up from Leeds and ...
... Keswick, where we braved the hordes - well what else is there to do in the Lakes District on a wet Sunday than go shopping? We had lunch (Charlie voted his fish and chips the best yet) and found a launderette to do a couple of loads while we ate. It did remind me of Pauline in Eastenders!
Our final stop was the Castlerigg Stone Circle (another 4,500-year-old set of standing stones) and then we headed west into Northumberland ...
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