The George Hotel
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Starting to get ready for our big trip next week. Looking forward to seven weeks away exploring new places and meeting up with friends.
We have two weeks in Vietnam and Cambodia, three weeks in New Zealand and then another two weeks in Burma. An exciting start ...
... and turning on the Christmas village lights tonight. I visit the different Christmas markets. Stop in at some local shops and indulge in a bit of roadside roast spit burger. There were pigs roasting on spits outside most of the pubs, all in anticipation of a big night ahead I suspected.
Waterhead is much smaller then Ambelside. It has a few restaurants lake side and a few pubs & shops scattered around the parks and so on. ...
... Day 3
With the weather forecast just as bad as the last couple of days, we decided there was little point in trying to tackle the big peaks. So instead we took a walk from Ambleside which took us out of the town and steadily up a valley. At least this time we got some views! It was beautiful in Autumn and we reached a lovely river which we crossed to then eventually circle back to town.
... it was our lucky day because we would have had so much further to walk. As we drove down the road I kept turning back and looking at Dan with the death stare. I cannot believe he didn't remember how far it was and that it was a good idea to carry all of those heavy groceries all that way with our heavy backpacks! We made it. And that's all that matters. We settled in and tried to save our melting groceries. Then I got the tour of the place. The first stop was the pig ...
... the little village we immediately started exploring. Adorable little shops and cafe's set the foreground for the rolling mountains and misty trees behind them. Bright flowers lined the streets, bridges crossed over little rivers, and sheep wandered in the open fields. No wonder Wordsworth, the famous poet who grew up in this town, found so much inspiration in nature. Two of my friends and I started by sitting down for coffee in a little cafe on the ...