BEST WESTERN Whitworth Hall Hotel
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... and Jamal pop up to visit him a few times before we leave. Dinner at a Indian restaurant belong to a friend of Raad. Good food and obviously everyone knows it as the paces is heaving on a Monday night and they have to make us a special table. I find I am getting used to eating curries without carbs if they are yummy ...
Angle of the North - beautiful but looked small and sad at the side of the road. I was expecting everything to be dwarfed by the mighty statue. Move it to a better location! South Shields - so far lovely. A cold wind from the sea seems fairly persistent and I can't imagine I will ever swim in the sea. Nice row of restaurants and b&bs running up to the sea, Ocean Road. Proper old fashioned beach with amusements and a prom. ...
... and many places to try this amazing opportunity!
6. Try my hand at surfing - I'm going to Australia, be a stupid notion if I didn't!
7. Swim with dolphins - Apparently the best places for this is Western Australia, Hoping to find somewhere round coral bay!
8. See into the New Year in Sydney - This is an ultimate ambition and I'm going to be booking tickets for my accommodation when I first arrive ...
I can do that, hold my beer... Backpacking round Europe though... Can I really do this? Well, there's only one way to find out and by heck have I been putting in the hours of organisation for this adventure. So here we go... I am going on an adventure, and it's quite far away from the Shire (Lord of the Rings joke...). Yet, this trip was never designed as me following the post-graduate 'I'm a traveller' ...
... I loved the section after this as it brought back memories from my 100th marathon last year as I got more and more excited knowing I was going to complete it and kept running even up the hills much to Andy's horror. As we arrived on Scarth Wood Moor some lady hikers were looking at a map, Andy apologized for his music, he had Chrissie Wellingtons 'lace up' on again with its techno beat. Suddenly a surprised voice recognised us a Jane a friend from Leeds. She was delighted as ...