Premier Inn Newcastle - Holystone
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Easter week-end Friday weather wet the site is a little clarty but due to dry up on Saterday Saturday very damp and misty until midday then dull Sunday damp again until midday then brightened up then lovely sunset. Monday damp again till lunch time then sunshine for the rest of day. Went out for lunch but unable to get in anywhere in Seahouses ended up at Pirdy lodge Tuesday lovely day returned home about 10 ...
... and Jamal pop up to visit him a few times before we leave. Dinner at a Indian restaurant belong to a friend of Raad. Good food and obviously everyone knows it as the paces is heaving on a Monday night and they have to make us a special table. I find I am getting used to eating curries without carbs if they are yummy ...
... Fleece and stole two black sheep beer beer mats. Faster drive back and through the tunnel for the third time. Dinner of Mongolian hotspot in the flat. That's should be good for getting smell of damp out of the flat. Tomorrow we try again to make it to ...
Angle of the North - beautiful but looked small and sad at the side of the road. I was expecting everything to be dwarfed by the mighty statue. Move it to a better location! South Shields - so far lovely. A cold wind from the sea seems fairly persistent and I can't imagine I will ever swim in the sea. Nice row of restaurants and b&bs running up to the sea, Ocean Road. Proper old fashioned beach with amusements and a prom. ...
With only 38 days to go till my backpacking adventure in Australia starts I've decided to do a bucket list consisting of 15 things I wish to achieve whilst there.
1. Learn to Scuba Dive and get an Open Water qualification - The best location I've seen to do this in is Bryon Bay on the East Coast of Australia. It costs about 200 pounds but you gain a nationally recognised qualification at the end. This would be perfect for when ...