Holiday Inn Express Liverpool-Knowsley
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... P and Karen are off to meet up with Iz in New Delhi for a two week whistle stop tour of Rajasthan. Next stop Terminal 5 at Heathrow. Made it safely to Heathrow and here are Liz and Judy waiting at the gate for our flight which leaves at 19.30. It's over 8 hours in the air and we should arrive at 9.30 Saturday ...
... farm stop half way between Glasgow and Carlisle. Now we are heading for the border we will take with us many fond memories of Scotland. The natural beauty of the landscape, the lochs, the heather, the friendliness of the people, hanging baskets of flowers, and whiskey and shortbread - two of Geoff's favourite things! The ease of travel with the wider roads and the ability to freedom camp just add to ...
... ancestral home of the Duke of Atholl. We stopped briefly at a small stream as our tour guide was keen to give us a small taste of Scottish nature, a very tranquil area of bush with a tiny waterfall/rapid! Our next stop was the Highland resort town of Pitlochry, built on Victorian tourism and nestled amongst the mountains of Highland Perthshire. After Pitlochry, we continued south through the forests of Perthshire, famous as Macbeth country, and past Perth itself. Perth was ...
We have now been planning this for some time now.
From finding our boots which took a lot of research to our rucksacks.
We went to the local Tiso and met the most amazing helpful staff and we ended up spending a few pounds in the store to ensure that we have got the best items for our trip.
We set up an Operations room in the lounge and this was helpful to ensure we had all angles covered.
Once we made a ...
Alnwick: Market town and castle owned by the Percy family. Used for films Harry Potter, quiddich scene filmed here We saw the castle walls and a statue of Harry "Hotspur" Percy, Earl of Northumberland. We had morning tea at the back of town in the Strawberry Lounge, offering many types of homemade scones. Dave had a strawberry milkshake on our coldest day yet! Hadrians Wall: Newcastle ...