Premier Inn Nottingham North - Daybrook
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... weigh them excessive amounts of time 'just to be sure') 'you really don't need this many pairs of shoes!'.
This will be the last post I make whilst in the comfort of my own home. Next stop Birmingham!
Will update soon,
Back in Newark for a couple of days before we head to Rome on Monday. On Friday we had a big walk and wondered through the city markets that are held on Fridays. Ellie has been nagging us to get her hair done so she booked in to a local hairdresser and got it cut. We then went to Oscars, a local pub for dinner which was great. An open fire, a local jazz band (well couple of ageing rockers on the trumpet and clarinet singing ...
Hughesy joined me for this weekend. Unfortunately the dairy farmer had not told me I was milking on Sat so I begin our weekend having to milk! But lucky it was just for the morning. We thought it'd be nice to head up to the Peak District to have a look around the National park. It was about an hours drive north through Derbyshire and just into Staffordshire. Our first stop was Ilam which ...
... to greatly enjoy - we did however eat far too much!!!
We commenced our long track home from the Birmingham Airport on Friday afternoon, 8 August 2014. Phillip Willey drove us to the airport where we departed for Dubai to stay for one day, and then to head home, arriving at the Adelaide airport about 8:30 pm Sunday night 10 August 2014.
Unfortunately all good things come to an end!! Back to work next Tuesday 12 August ...
... of us not really taking into account the time we left (1:30ish - dark at 4!) and how far the walk actually is. Turns out it was about 30km and we chose to do it on the shortest day of the year! It was quite a never ending adventure, would have been a lovely walk if it wasn't dark for most of it haha! The walk followed the river most of the way apart from a few sections weaving through farms and small towns, definitely got to take in some English countryside. We ...