Hunday Manor Country House Hotel
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So far so good
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... lego building and general quiet time, yes, quiet time! Ben is more than happy playing with his lego and Bella is really into doing jigsaws on the iPad. Have we turned a corner? Or is it just that there are now more adults than kids?! No room for tea, others had a sandwich. Can't get the tele to work, so watched Oceans 11 on the iPad, but to be honest, so exhausted went to bed super early. Kids very good at going to bed gain, had Bella in with me at 11 again, but not too bad a ...
After months of walking all over the place it was time to meet and see if I could keep up with seasoned Macmillan walkers in the Lake District. We walked the Fairfield Horseshoe which is an incredible walk. I had such a good time with lovely people and now can't wait to tackle the Himalayas! Nepal here I come! ...
This final stop was incredible. Exploring what's left of Hadrian's Wall and the Roman Forts was an amazing experience. It was so easy to imagine what life would have been like in those very buildings. The Roman's sure were a clever lot. They thought of the most amazing things like underfloor heating systems and made the most beautiful pottery and tools. They definitely brought civilization with them when they arrived here. ...
... no excess (budget was over £200). Raining so we drive straight to Keswick, Lakes District. Went to the Kings arms hotel for dinner. Had a delicious pale ale, followed by a warm Camembert to share, then a fish/prawn sharing platter and chocolate hazelnut warm brownie for dessert! The most amazing dinner! We then ...
... and was preparing to die as the mud was up to just below his chin when a fell runner saw him as he ran by and rescued him! Some parts of the bog looked like the Somme in 1916 so it wasn't hard to imagine how much worse it would be when wet. Despite a lot of hard work we all enjoyed the day and our scones with jam and cream at Ravenseat Farm. The woman there has seven children, been on TV as a presenter and ...