Longhirst Hall Classic Hotel
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... card last week, it seems Barclaygate is finally wiped from the records. This time around I've actually considered how I will repay it-before packing in my job and spending 250 dirhams on a ticket for Ferrari World.
Anyone who has read Every Han knows what is likely in store for this blog,
some extremely random food pics (although nothing can top the Seahorse in Beijing) some pretty hairy moments (remember 'that' Chinese coach journey perilously near the North ...
From York, we took a Cook's tour (James Cook lived in Whitby and served his apprenticeship in Whitby) to Whitby. We loved Whitby so we parked the car for the day and walked to the Abbey, along the river, to the fish and chip shop (Bradley's - almost as good as Barts)and to the beach. After this we headed west and North to Newcastle. We are actually 10 ml west of Newcastle.
Our accommodation is a refurb of an 1878 built stables for a local doctor's house. Very roomy.
We leave Woodbridge and head to the coast visiting a couple of little towns along the way, Pretty scary roads but beautiful countryside. We make our way north and end up in Sunderland for the night which is on the coast. It raining and almost blizzard conditions when we arrive and very difficult to find accommodation, Eventually we get some and then rooms had to change because wifi wouldn't work, Enjoyed some nice fish and chips int he new ...
... car vacuum, TV and a folding step so I can reach the cupboards etc. Taking Sheila's advice I bought a thick mattress topper for the bed and it is so comfy I never want to get up. Real luxury after our campervan in Australia, and I certainly feel that I have gone up in the world now I have a car vacuum as well as a dustpan and brush.
We are now almost complete and have familiarised ourselves with the plumbing, heating and waste disposal. Jim takes care of ...
... happiness is having a balanced life. Enough work to make you feel useful and busy, combined with enough play to make you feel alive. A healthy balance between romance and friendship, family and entertainment. This week my life got a little bit more balanced as I finally went back to school after the longest summer of my life (5 months!!!).
My schedule here in Durham is quite flexible, which I really enjoy. I have classes Monday afternoon for ...