Headlam Hall Hotel Spa & Golf
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Well I have been back for over a week now. This extraordinary experience is beginning to fade now I am in this new chapter.
I am so grateful and humbled by the whole experience. As I spend Christmas with cherished friends and dear family, I realise just how lucky I am.
The support I have had from really wonderful people who are kind and caring also humbles me. This entry is for them to say a huge THANK YOU.
HAPPY CHRISTMAS EVERYONE.
SEE YOU NEXT TIME.....;)
... around. Getting lost in the small winding lanes off the main canal. Parking up in the local coffeeshops and small bars that are dotted all over and enjoying our last few days before my adventure finally drew to an end. I like Holland it's a place I need to go back to for a longer period of time. It has a nice pace about it and compared to how I feel at home in England at times it really feels as if it has lost none of it's identity over the years. The old ...
... out on the road!! Of course he gave me the old car drivers soppy story "I never saw you...I never saw you on your bike". The number of bikers killed through car drivers not looking and using that excuse must be about 90% of all accidents. I finally let this clown go and i headed onwards to Newcastle. All i can say is I hope that was a one off near miss and that the rest of my trip goes smoothly. Being on a bike in this terrible wet and windy weather is dangerous ...
The Lambton Hounds Inn, Durham. Weather was fine and windy Left Upper Largo and drove towards Edinburgh. Driving across the Forth Road Bridge was very windy, high vehicles were banned from crossing. Gusts of wind blew our car. Found the Royal Britannia Yacht after using the IPad. Did a tour of the yacht which was very interesting. The royal areas were very well done but not ...
... if it hadn't been hazy on the horizon. So we had a magic walk, up on these heights, and a very well kept and distinct track. The C2C now goes along with the Cleveland Way, which is a designated route, and we follow those signs till almost the end of tomorrow. Easy - almost Camino-like! There was the odd sheep up there but mostly heather - which still has a hint of purple, but mostly gone brown. We saw lots of grouse, and maybe pheasants. We were taken up and over about 5 high ...