Guy's Thatched Hamlet
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... one (except that meal at the Cambodian border, why on earth did I eat that). I want to finish my tale by saying a huge thank you to everyone who has been reading my blog. Your feedback and support through out the year has been incredible and helpful during some difficult times.
"Life is a circle. The end of one journey is the beginning of the next." - Joseph M. Marshall lii
For the final time,
From Your Stupid Boy,
The morning broke reasonably fine although rain threatened. So we decided to go for a walk in Ulverston through the "lanes". It was pleasant but started to rain so we cut it short. After lunch Helen produced a variant on Monopoly which uses cards only and no board but which is much faster. It was fun to try it and we are going to buy it when we get back ...
... a local wine bar where we shared happy memories and enjoyed the being together. Tuesday, Maf organised for us all to catch the steam train and then a ferry on Lake Windermere. We enjoyed a wonderful picnic lunch on board and enjoyed a walk around the village of Bowness. We then all met for dinner at a local pub called Stan Laurel. Was a fabulous day. Stan Laurel of Laurel and Hardy fame was born in ...
We travelled onto Barrow in Furness in the Lake District. Our GPS was set to stay off motorways so our driving was through some beautiful back road country towns. Skipton was on our route so we spent some time exploring Skipton Castle. The castle was built in 1090 and is now privately owned by Fattorini ...
... to start and finish our days with the views.
So on our first day we visited each of the pretty villages - Skelwith with its beautiful old bridge; Ambleside with the village streets lined with the lovely shops and homes of local stone and the delightful little house on the bridge that was originally built to store apples; Windermere where busloads of tourists flock for their lake cruise; and my favourite Hawkshead with the narrow streets surrounded by stone ...