Park Head Country Hotel and Restaurant
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... Ernie has been living with MND now for 9 years and sadly Pat was diagnosed with Leukaemia last year but despite it all they are doing amazingly well. They have a full time carer now which has made a huge difference, it was lovely to see them - hopefully we will get back there with the girls before we leave.
Then we hit the loft - in search of my old ball dresses and old photos and other random treasures! ...
Change of plan and we drive to metro centre. Unimaginably unpleasant. A visit to say I have been is more than sufficient. 2 story drive thru for dunki donuts amuses me. Afterwards we clean and pack. We also meet the kebabi owner who feeds Jamal. Raad (thunder in Arabic) speaks a lovely Geordie Arabic which amuses me a ...
... Victorian architecture. Have to really listen when the locals speak, a bit like trying to understand Eastern Europeans. Very friendly people. Most things are quite cheap except for chains. Grill and chill- Lebanese restaurant run by Bangladeshi guy who once worked for Lebanese people. Very good food. Fahed enjoyed everything up until the bill. Approx £50 but we did have 4 starters and 3 mains including sea bass so not really so ...
... and many places to try this amazing opportunity!
6. Try my hand at surfing - I'm going to Australia, be a stupid notion if I didn't!
7. Swim with dolphins - Apparently the best places for this is Western Australia, Hoping to find somewhere round coral bay!
8. See into the New Year in Sydney - This is an ultimate ambition and I'm going to be booking tickets for my accommodation when I first arrive ...
... closer to 20 minute miles, 3 miles an hour. The views around were wonderful, a bit hazy but we could see Roseberry Topping for a long way behind us. The sun shone at times to brighten the landscape. It was perfect running conditions not too hot, no rain and great under foot. Down to Lord Stones I didn't try the ladies camping toilet but thought it was funny to read later that others struggled with flushing it. 25 miles done in 5 1/2 hours. Still on pace for a sub 13 hour run. ...