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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... I guess that's how it got its name. I loved the steep sheep country lined with stone walls. It's exactly how you imagine English country side. I think I really want to go back there and explore further. There's around 1000 miles of walking tracks throughout the national park, so plenty of options. After our trip north, we went out for dinner at the Belpher Inn with my friends from young ...
... 25th: Santa Cruz, Bolivia to Rio via Chile
Wed 29th April: Rio to Olinda
Wed 29th April - Tues 7th July: Revive project, Olinda, Brazil
Tues 7th July - Wed 8th July: Olinda - Recife - Frankfurt, Germany - London
Fri 10th July: Back to Manchester
1/2 weeks in Manchester
Rest of July/August: Eastern/Southern Europe
Sep 1st: Back to work!
and that's it......
... element and also all his meals contained mixed fresh fruit so looked delicious however I had to wait my turn which was very cruel I feel !! I think on one occasion he managed to get 3 alcoholic drinks in before I'd even got my meal. Stopping at Munich and getting off the plane was a little disorientating especially as there was a foot of snow on the ground which would have been ideal for ...
Had to catch an early train at Edinburgh so another early start. Filled the car up before returning it - did 556 miles in Scotland and only used 44 litres of petrol. Lucky we had the diesel though - fuel is expensive here at 1.32 (pounds) per litre - around $2.60 Australian. Found the place where we had to drop the rental car back to, and then collected our train tickets from the station. We were about to sit down to some breakfast when an announcement came over that we had to ...
... breeding season when they come in to nest on the Cliffs, and they were still in their nests when we walked along the cliffs, so we got to see them... one of those amazing moments when you travel!
Our next County to visit was County Clare where we found a little remote campground just behind the sand dunes from the Atlantic Ocean! Whilst there, we did a Nature Walk through the Connemara National Park and learnt all about the Irish bogs and how they were ...