PowderMills Country House Hotel
Travel Blogs from Battle
... and I danced the night away with
everyone. We both had a great night and made some new friends.
Saturday morning was a slow start I think you can all guess
why…. Then the afternoon was one of the highlights of my life! Yes that’s right
Harry Potter world. OMG it was amazing. We saw so many sets, props, costumes
and I took that many pictures my phone died. Nick was happy about this as it
meant he could stop posing ...
... and cultures, learn as much as possible about how other people live and make some memories that we would hold on to for the rest of our lives.
We are now homeless, car-less and jobless (although Adam is lucky enough to be able to do a little freelance work as we go) and it's an incredibly scary prospect to just drop everything in the name of adventure but we ...
... there, which meant that our New Year celebrations were
a bit tame. Despite the illnesses, we still saw a lot of the city and managed
to tour some of the underground streets that were built over in the
1800's, went to the Scottish museum, visited Greyfriars Kirk
and spent plenty of time just strolling the streets and taking in the
city. On the 30th December, although neither of us was all that well, we still
managed to participate in the torch lit ...
... I'm now fully prepared for the slim chance that temperatures in Australia drop down to -18C with my new 3 season down-filled sleeping bag that I couldn't NOT buy because the insane sale price got the better of me! The secret to travelling on a budget? It's got to be to spend all your money before leaving your house ...
Despite the overnite noises (or perhaps because of them!) we sleep til 8am, which means its breakfast time at a British B&B – which means a huge meal involving at least 2 forms of dead pig plus various accompaniments.... This B&B is no exception and it takes a while to get though it all! Then its off to the Brighton Pavilion –a C17th over the top Princely view of ...