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Travel Blogs from Hereford
... br> It was a toss up between trekking over towards the road on the far side of the valley, or heading on and hoping to find the track. In the end I'm glad we headed on, as the track was less than 100 yards away, hidden behind a hedge. In the distance I could see a tower, and decided to angle towards it, so I could place myself on the map again. We skirted some tumbledown buildings and climbed up to the trig point next to the tower. My gps ran out of battery at that point, ...
... animals in the mini zoo area and ate lunch together in the cafe - I was so impressed by how grown up they all seemed, eating beautifully and not being fussy about food at all! We went on a train ride on the old train that was there when I was little, and it was great to see Ronnie's reaction, as he realised he really loved it and it was quite fun really! (he'd obviously been worrying about it all morning!) Afterwards we drove home and I saw Daddy and James ...
... to be of paramount importance, it really isn't.
In summary, everyone that you speak to that has been to Thailand, or those that you meet on the way will all have somewhere that you 'must try'.
If we are to return, we will work our way to and from the airport without a lonely planet guide and avoiding the touristy routes that we have taken this time around so as to experience something new and something that is unique to ...
Having a Wales of a time - UK Part One
Written by Tessa
3 August - 12 August
Standing at the most southwestern point of England
Visiting family friends and relatives in Hereford, Talbenny and Rosemarket for the first time
Walking the old city walls of York
Exploring the hills in the Lakes District
Well it finally happened. The 3rd of August rolled around and before we knew it we were shutting our bedroom door for the last ...
... just working overtime!
We've seen no roadkill....nothing! Everytime we see something in the road, it ends up being horse poop. And we've seen a lot of horse poop!
Speaking of roadkill, today we walked through lots of wooded areas....sometimes it reminded us of Northern Michigan and sometimes it was more like Hocking Hills. The point I was gonna make is that we really haven't seen many squirrels.....two today. That's it. I think they've ...