Isis Hotel and Restaurant
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- Free parking
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The adventures never stop, our last day in Madagascar we decided to give it one last shot and try to see a whale shark. How could we leave Madagascar knowing this is the prime time to see the biggest fish in the ocean, and not have the chance to see it. So we booked a dive. In our surface interval we searched around for whale sharks. Finally we spotted some, you could see the birds flying over one area and the tuna jumping from the water. So they stopped the boat ...
. . . . well actually we never did get a ferry across the Mersey. We used the train instead to reach The Wirral and the town of New Brighton having travelled from Derby via Crewe and Liverpool Lime Street.
Coming to Liverpool was part of a birthday weekend for Mrs H and stopping in New Brighton was a little different to staying in the city itself. The town promises a long promenade to wander along giving expansive views across to ...
... because we all know how homely possessions are and in reality we cannot take everything with us. I mean once the travels are over and you pick a base where you’d like to relocate to, then yes sure, ship over your most treasured possessions however this depends on the length of your travels and how long you’re willing to go without said possessions. Familiarity, knowing which direction you’re going in, ...
93. Round Rotherham. 50 miles 3598.8 total miles. 4.6MPH, 13.02 minute mile. 10.51.54. 124th out of 236. 19th lady.
Round Rotherham and amazingly enough finding a few nice places along the way. Especially around Roche Abbey. Well manned checkpoints which is where I usually get ...
... and each others pockets and it would therefore be selfish of us not to share some of our top tips,
1. Packing cells! Anyone who is in the slightest anal or organisation obsessed (anyone who knows L will understand this) knows the thought of living out of one largish bag can be quite daunting. For us, packing cells were a god send. We each had a set of a large, medium and small cell which, when full, fit perfectly into our backpacks. When we arrived in each place ...