Nent Hall Country House Hotel
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... her safe travels. She was suitably surprised last night and we have had a lovely day together as a family. Enjoy and safe travels Lucy. Now Rob and I are on a plane north again, back to Haltwhistle to start our next stage. We have one of Rob's friends, Hamish joining us tonight and then Trina and Cadbury join us on Tuesday. The next 500 miles ...
... feet after 500 miles, decided that coming off the wall and heading directly cross country to Haltwhistle was the best solution. It paid dividends as we were walking in to the B&B we are staying at on Saturday night at ten to five. Confused? I will explain tomorrow. Kristen, who runs the Grey Bull, gave us a lovely warm welcome and a much needed cup of tea. We vaguely freshened up (if nothing else our clothes need tomorrow's rest day!) and then headed for a celebratory pint and our pick ...
... Day Twenty Four entry). We enjoyed a good chat with him as we carried on into Bellingham ( pronounced Belling- gym!), a very pretty largish village that has clearly prospered from tourism. As we were early, Peter went off to find his support team and we settled down with a tea/mocha and a newspaper for an hour's catch up. Tonight we are staying a further two miles out of Bellingham, at ...
... the weather being pretty ordinary we declined the invite to join the team at Emirates international cricket stadium for the T20 game, they went but it ended up getting washed out anyway, shame but will try again next Friday night. Rob and I decided to head for the coast and get fish and chips and sit at the beach and eat an early dinner.....fail, sort of!! Whilst the coast from Sunderland to South Shields is pretty, it's really underdeveloped for what it could be and ...
... hotel and bathe in the healing waters of the river. It was said to heal all sorts of ailments. Some of the wildlife in these parts are incredible too. Deer and red squirrels and all sorts of beautiful birds. It's nice to not have to worry about snakes when walking through their long grass. English snakes are much more friendly than Australian ...
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