Travel Blogs from Newton Stewart
... much to be without internet access, even if it's just for Radio 4 or music, wi-fi access is a selling point for campsites.
... of minerals under a microscope although I think it would need to be stored in a climate controlled area.
One downside of keeping out kit in the bike luggage was we only had the top box free for our excursions so I had to carry my helmet, with my jacket on and a backpack, sweating like a fat lass in Greggs. Went to the Coop to get a few extra provisions (cold beer) and got stuck in the queue, the staff in every Coop are usually ...
... time we've put the tent up in its natural environment, we had a practice run in the garden and it took us 45 mins, the instructions said 10! We shattered our previous best with a record 15 mins the we had some tea and coffee, very English. Was disapointed not to see any open air aerobics classes and definately no Babs Windsor.We rode to castle Douglas for provisions which had he nearest supermarket, the road is only 8 miles long but ...
planned development from the early stages of the Industrial Revolution. The
Murray Arms Hotel was built in the 1790’s and Robbie Burns wrote some of his
As of 6pm
tonight, I did not know where I was to sleep tomorrow night. Decisions.
Decisions. Booking. Com solved that by having accommodation in Grasmere in the
Lake District – despite it being a Bank Holiday Weekend here.
... AD 431.
Whithorn is considered to be Scotland’s oldest Christian
settlement and this is reflected in the exhibitions in the little museum, which
also has a lovely tearoom! Very hard to resist the homemade cakes!
For a change of focus, I intended to visit the Bladnoch
(Single Malt Whisky) Distillery, but found it closed (due to financial
difficulties the man who filled the car with ...