Blue Bell Inn
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... Staithes is where he started work - for the local grocer - and where he got a taste for things nautical by watching the coming and goings in the harbour. We have visited the place of his childhood, Great Ayton, where he went to school. His mother and various siblings are buried in the graveyard of the norman (11th century) church which we visited along with the museum in honour of the esteemed captain. However the big ...
... a traffic jam on the motorway due to an accident a few kilometers in front of us. We were expecting a much longer delay as at least four fire engines, 5 police vehicles and as many ambulances went past us to the scene. Fortunately the scene was cleared relatively quickly and we were on our way. You can imagine that the traffic queue was huge, being the afternoon, on the last day of a long weekend.
Well, the bunker was an ...
Today was a very interesting day. From exploring Abbey Ruins, watching a Viking battle, walking along the beach and watching mad Englishmen swimming in freezing water, eating fish and chips to Nathan being offered to go outside for a fight by a drunken yobo!
Today, after a couple of hours of school in the morning, we headed off to the coastal town of Whitby. Whitby is well known in the area for its fish and chips as well as being ...
Our day started with a morning walk in the village. Jackson and I enjoyed checking out our first red telephone box and greeting some local sheep.
Before long, it was "all aboard" and we piled into George and Annette's Land Cruiser and hit the English roads again. Our destination today was Whitby. Now, we do like to visit the seaside and we were thus a little excited. The weather was a little cool, maximum ...
We have had a beautiful day, and are now staying at perhaps the most charming B&B so far! I think we walked about 18 kms, so not far, and still through calm, picturesque farmland, and level until the last mile or so up to here. There is quite a lot of activity in the fields - lots of ploughing and sowing the winter crops...we had an explanation from a local having dinner in the pub last night..they now sow crops that ...