The Manor House Hotel
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... up the career ladder, met Jon, moved in with Jon, bought our first property together and we are now getting married. The mind boggles at how much has happened, how much difference there is between 18 and 26. I was so so young back then, and I'm sure I'll say the same thing about the me now in 10 years time, but equally I do believe that those formative early 20s years are a big jump for most people. You ...
... but I'm going by rail all the way to Shanghai. I love long distance train travel, having been around Africa, Thailand, Vietnam, Peru and India on some classic lines, and the Trans-Siberian has been a long held desire. So now the planning stage gets going, and along with it the intense anxiety that comes from ditching every aspect of normal life for a long stint on the road. Having a decent salary helps oil the wheels ...
... Sri Lanka and it turned out to be the perfect introduction to india. Botswana was fabulous and spectacular as well and I could easily return there. As to mainland India, Gujarat and Rajasthan were equally fascinating. Rajasthan surprisingly so, as I expected it to be too touristy for me, but those worries were blown away by the sheer size and variety of what was on offer. The North East of India was definitely the find of my find of the trip. It really hits the mark for ...
... by after many years of minimal contact. I made my way to Shelley's lovely house & we caught up on all the news while taking Luther for a walk up the Lippeat in the gorge. It was beautiful walking amongst the bluebells & spring greenery. We don't see each other often but it's always an easy friendship to pick up as we go way back together. I enjoyed a quick ride around the reservoir ...
... interesting. Set on the very edge of a small town, it was run on permaculture principles, with lots of "no-dig" beds and shrubs and plants and veg allowed to grow where they wanted to. It also mainly consisted of edible plants, some of which I'd never encountered before.
Yet, given all those good points, I still had a fairly miserable time here and vaguely considered leaving at one point. The main reason I disliked it was the atmosphere in ...