Mill Hotel Chorley
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... for granted each day are things some people will never have. This trip has been a trip I have dreamed of taking. I was never sure what I expected it to be like, all I knew was at some point in my life I was going to go to Africa. I was going to go there and help people in whatever way fell onto my plate. Now that I have been, I understand not one person is going to change Africa, not one person can help everyone. But it is not about helping everyone in Africa, ...
. . . . well actually we never did get a ferry across the Mersey. We used the train instead to reach The Wirral and the town of New Brighton having travelled from Derby via Crewe and Liverpool Lime Street.
Coming to Liverpool was part of a birthday weekend for Mrs H and stopping in New Brighton was a little different to staying in the city itself. The town promises a long promenade to wander along giving expansive views across to ...
... as the happiness of others but we also have to take time to do what’s right for us. If I had my own way, I’d pack up all of the amazing people in my life and move them with me everywhere I go. Until I win the lotto that’s not going to happen though, so for now I’ll continue working on strengthening relationships with 'home' and hope to remain an active part of everyone’s ...
... us down an unmade road which was bumpy but ridable but deteriorated to sandy track, the longer the path the deeper the sand. Soft dry deep sand, imposible to cycle in, the horses must have loved it as it was covered in hoof prints. it was right next to the polo club. Lunch saw us stop at the Stretton Fox, we sat outside in the sun drinking lemonade. Now on to one of the most built up sections of the trip. Warrington a d Wigan. Withe the help on the CTC forum this was pretty ...
We spend the afternoon, walking along the canal.
The towpath, is on the opposite side of the canal to the CL, but there is a quaint stone bridge, just a few yards along the road. On the left is the view from the bridge.
Soon, we come upon this mother duck, with her brood of ducklings, out for their ...