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... I have a passport, Japanese money, credit card, and glasses. The insurance claim was posted this morning and my to do list now consists of buying flip flops and a bikini, send an email about volunteering in Cambodia and buy my flights to Bhutan! I'm on it!! North Yorkshire is beautiful. It's one of my favourite places in the world and this visit I've been on some lovely walks up to Captain Cooks Monument and then Rosebury Topping. I've done them before, ...
... Town Hall. Shirley was there to take note of our time and numbers. A great feeling, we were well under 13 hours, 12 hours 40, which was helped by the race being under 55 miles something unheard of for a Hardmoors event but the finish venue has been altered too.
Andy went to the car to get our change of clothes and I sat on the bottom step to take my shoes off on the plastic floor protection. I felt light headed and not quite sure how I would make it up the stairs. Slowly ...
... There was certainly too much to see and do during our hastily planned visit to this historic spa town. Our journey from Derby to Harrogate was via York with us arriving in time for lunch and the return trip was via Leeds but this was at peak time for commuters - note to self, avoid the rush hour in the future if ...
... shopping and numerous fish and chip shops - a good job we arrived just in time for lunch!
Our lunch was had at the Quayside fish and chip restaurant which was voted the best in the UK in the 2014 annually held competition. The fish and chips (or chunky homemade fish cake for Heather) were very nice, but a tad expensive at £10.00 for cod and chips. It is hard to tell whether these really are the best ...
... Monday we set off to York for the day, walking along the city walls and taking as many photos as our cameras could! We wandered through the town, marvelling at cathedrals, churches, castles and many other things that are older than my country!
Tuesday was pancake day, so of course we had some, including a wonderful sleep-in. In the afternoon we headed over to Newcastle to explore, and more importantly, shop! H&M is bae, then we found a 5-storey Primark ...