Guy's Thatched Hamlet
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... at 10.01. The car park was now buzzing. Using our National Trust passes we entered these beautiful gardens. The cost of entry is free to NT members but would have cost £11.55 each. These gardens are fantastic and a must if you are in this area. Annie said they were the best gardens she's ever seen (we've been there before), but she later said they were one of the best. We spent quite a bit of time in the gardens. There was ...
... we stopped for a look at Lancaster. We had ridden through Lancaster on the way to the Lakes District last week but did not stop. Then, town was getting ready for a visit from the Queen and the roads were all barricaded. This time there were no flags waving to welcome us but finding a spot to park the bike was much easier. We wandered up the main street enjoying an opera singing busker and admiring a sand sculptor's work.
Back on the bike we headed ...
Got home at 0530am and woke up Chown and Chemma with our gifts from Blackpool! Slept most the day and then had a lovely eggs Bene in a town called Lytham. Chown had to head to Glasgow for work so girls night on the couch with pizza and pasta and a good ...
Gemma and Chown headed off to a wedding leaving Knaps and I to venture into what can only be described as hell on earth, Blackpool. Imagine a town of Chavs but with all the other Chavs in the country coming in as well, for hens and bucks parties and just to get hammered. We drank for 15 hours it was fun. Met up with Caitlin smith from Mercure Sydney days and then with Nicky and Ashleigh some of Knaps mates I'd met in Singapore. Was a right laugh of people watching and bad 80's ...
... quite like it for cooling the blood " They might look at you and shake their heads as they mutter " silly muzungas they've been out in the midday sun again!!
God bless you all and keep you safe on the roads and from the African wildlife. Will look forward to the rest of your blogs and your news when you arrive back in the UK. Warm regards, Geoff