Travel Blogs from Skegness
... sand dunes with the sea
Charlie and Mandy were relaying a chat they had with a
fellow motorhome owner who asked them if they had mastered the wave to other
motorhome drivers. They said they had
and that they always waved at them. The
chap then said they would always get a wave from other drivers except those
driving motorhomes with twin axles….they are in a different class!
... easiest way to get around. Anyway we moved on. Kings Lynn is where we ended up today -a coastal town north east of Cambridge. Once again we are in a hotel on the outskirts but we took a walk into town (think the lifespan of my new knee has used up one of its twenty years already!) The town has some really old buildings as is the norm, some areas look similar to Coro St and others hark back to medieval times. We sat and had a drink by the the river ...
... lady. Really tempted to buy it at £68 but concerned about the weight and Julie admired a necklace for £26. Said we would have a drink and discuss if we buy or not. Had the worst latte, the milk had been burnt, and it had no taste. Julie had a chocolate thick shake which she said tasted like coffee. I had a sip and it had no taste ( are my taste buds going along with my sense of smell?). Asked the cafe owner where else to look for antiques and ...
There are some moments in life where you witness something truly special, where its your daughter getting married or an act of kindness. I watched something incredible and it just blew me away. While stuck in Skegness at my ****** job to earn the money to travel and see incredible things, I realized you don't have to look far. Handing out leaflets one evening in the cold there was a homeless man huddled in ...
... The sun is not real hot over here and it only takes a coolbreeze to turn its warmth off. A good day.
15th April - Tuesday
Another holiday day, we spoke to John and Di on Skype, which was good.
We washed ...