Holiday Inn Ipswich-Orwell
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... a dog came up and sat beside me. And then another one. Maybe I was silently saying 'dogs be with me', I don't know...they literally came and sat on me. Once I talked to the owner, I discovered it was 'their wall' and I wad sitting on it. I got put in my place! By the time they got up, I was in much need of food and warmth...my bum was numb. Not that you need to know that. I walked back to a carvery and had the best roast dinner I've ever ...
We decided to try low-budget, no-frills cheap flying on Ryan Air to the UK for a long weekend. We definitely got what we paid for. We arrived at Stanstead and after a bit of a slow line at immigration we were off and within an hour arrived in Bury. Justin met us at the Dog & Partridge for a quick pint and then we were off to a nice pub in Thurston, the ...
... suncream all sorted : now just the actual effort of deciding what to pack and we are ready! Don't forget to sign up to email updates on the blog to follow our journey. So glad we chose South East Asia over South America, where Machu Piccu has rain forecast for every ...
The south East of Suffolk is very flat with estuaries and sea shores being very muddy, thus this area is called the mud flat. The scenery of the seashore at Orford is not particularly dramatic however Orford is a picturesque village. As we have found very often along our journey across England, British villages are usually very nice. On our way there we passed a house out of a fairy tale. It doesn't show well on the picture but this red ...
... Mai which I'm really looking forward to, I've read some good things about Chiang Mai. From there I can cross the border into Houay Xai in Laos and from there to Vang Vieng which is one of the main backpackers destinations in Laos. From there to Vientiane which is the capital city of Laos and onto Savannakhet which is the second biggest city in Laos but has a very chilled out vibe so I understand. From Savannakhet I can cross the border to Vietnam ...