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Travel Blogs from Port Erin
So, 18,198 miles later our trip is complete and we are home!
The past 3 and a half weeks have gone so fast. Both had a fantastic time and did not want to come home. We have seen some amazing sights ranging from the hustle and bustle of cities such as Las ...
This blog will hopefully allow you to travel my journey, along with my best friends, around the work. So if you ever feel sad or miss me, or even need some inspiration... You know where I am and what I am doing... With picture additions! Our adventure starts exactly one week today... So I need to go organise and prepare. Love ...
Today we went to Coral Island which is kinda like a HUGE time zone. That was awesome, I won some rock candy. Blackpool is known for its rock candy. Afterwards we went to Madame Tussaud's A big wax museum. After that we went to see dad's cousin Gwen for lunch after lunch we talked for a while then drove to Manchester to get ready to fly to New York and drop off the hire ...
Tody, June 19th, I m on my way to Wigan. It has been an interesting start, I woke up at 4 (a lot easier than I thought), showered, changed and head out to Euston. Mum and dad were both awake, so it was in a way like discovering a world that goes on whilst you are sleeping- ...
... and they can come and go unexpectedly - one minute it is sunny in the bay and the next you can't see the town. Had a picnic while on the walk.
Decided to take the steam train down to Castletown, about a half hour away. The trains are authentic narrow guage steamies pulling the original wooden cars, each first class compartment holding about 6 people. Paul was happy, as he really loves the old steam trains.
Castletown was charming, a very laid ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service