Premier Inn Rugby North - Newbold
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We've arrived. We've done it. Portland, OR, USA to Leicester UK, overland by bus and train as far as practically possible. We feel happy. Here are the interim stats...
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... strangers to acquaintances instead of actual friends. There was one guy named Caiden that I enjoyed talking to because he had alot of questions about Texas, but the next day I couldn't find him on facebook so a lasting friendship probably wont happen. Back to the night of the bar crawl, we eventually passed a drunken man flailing about in the street who grabbed one of the girls we were with. She was understandably scared and ...
... had a truly fantastic time while in South Africa. We have learnt suff, seen stuff and experienced stuff that will stay with us for ever.
Would I go back - yes; should you go - yes.
The touristy bits are on the whole, very safe, but we were advised to you walk / drive in the under-privileged areas of the towns after dark.
We have arrived at the lovely home of Lindsay & Ian, friends of Tracey, for a stay of 6 nights. On Sunday we went in to Coventry and explored the cathedral - it was bombed in the blitz during WW2, losing its roof and being heavily damaged. The spire survived and I climbed 180 steps to the viewing platform. A new cathedral was built after the war and the shell of the old one was left as a reminder of what can happen and how something ...
... found in big groups, males with a beer in hand and naked to the waist, music playing loudly, who bash about the waterways far too fast and make everyone else on the water nervous. Somehow they can’t do too much damage, or no one would hire boats out, but they are a worry.
As always when we southerners spend time in what we used to think of as the industrial Midlands, we are amazed that there is so much beautiful countryside, ...