Premier Inn Durham - Newton Aycliffe
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Travelled to my ancestral town of Bishop Auckland and found the public cemetery. Spent an hour looking for Teasdales or Wilkinsons but had no luck. As far as cemeteries go we found the burials were in no real order with plenty of space between the bodies. Bishop Auckland is a market town in demise. Many shops have closed and the market square had a …
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 ...
... if I don't achieve this!
11. See at least 10 amazing Sunsets - If this doesn't happen im not quite sure why!
12. Book a spontaneous trip somewhere - This is what backpacking is all about! Not living to rules and doing what I want to do so why the hell not!
13. Eat an evening meal under the stars at Uluru - Amazing deals to do this so hopefully very achievable!
14. Drive the Great Ocean Road - ...
... radiate off the bride and groom for the whole day as they have each other's love and all of their favourite people in one room at the same time. Watching my little sister get married increased this feeling tenfold. A lot of these people in this room were my favourite people too (the whole extended family had been invited) and I can't even find the words to say how much Harriet and her happiness mean to me. She looked beautiful and calm throughout and ...