George Washington Hotel
Travel Blogs from High Usworth
So I have 12 weeks until I go, and 10 weeks remaining at work. Eeeeek! The days are certainly getting closer. I would be fibbing if I dont state I am papping it. Who wouldn't? Im venturing into the unknown. I have no idea if I will even like travelling. I love a good vacation (yes, i often think I am American), but going on holiday is certainly different to backpacking around parts of the globe for a year. Alone. That aside, I am excited. I have an underlying ...
... and also giving it the nickname ‘The winking eye bridge’. There are 7 bridges in total crossing the Tyne, the most famous being the Tyne bridge itself. Built in 1928, it's iconic design was inspired by the design of the Sydney harbour bridge. Shame they couldn't bring the gleaming sunshine from Oz too. Newcastle's nightlife is legendary, famous for it's women who wear 'nowt' when 'oot on the tap'. (Translated as wearing nothing when ...
... of assurity and destiny in that I am going for a reason.
My main reason is to learn and to give. My curiosity of the world is ever undiminished. If anything, I am more curious than ever. I want to see the world, meet people, try new things. In essence. Live, learn, love.
So as a wonderful chapter in my ...
... Zadar, Croatia
Esitmated Arrival: Monday 21st April
We're flying back on the 25th April from Zadar with Ryanair (as luxurious as hitchhiking) but have given ourselves a few days spare for any unseen circumstances and for a bit of sightseeing!
... 12. To travel alone to prove I can actually do it. 13. To undertake some random job to support my travels. 14. To eat some crazy local cuisine (I'm sceptical that I will eat anything really weird). 15. To live in a VW Camper Van in Australia. 16. Visit Thailand. 17. Visit Laos. 18. Visit Cambodia. 19. Visit Vietnam 20. Visit Australia 21. Visit New Zealand. 22. Live abroad. 23. Drink a VERY expensive bottle of red wine. ...
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility