The Queens Head Hotel
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... a very successful mission and enough was found to occupy the whole afternoon! After Leanne (Simons daughter) arrived we had a lovely walk through the village as AT LAST the sun has come out and the sky it blue - yeah!!
Mum produced a beautiful lamb roast dinner with all the trimmings including her legendary gravy (she has certainly not lost her touch) with bannoffi pie for pudding. Then more games before bed. ...
... 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 ...
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. ...
... can fill up fast!!
9. Live on a ranch - Again I have read reviews about somewhere on the east coast where you can stay with brilliant accommodation and meals included with the added option of trying your hand at lassoing, sheep shearing, horse back riding and sleeping with a swag under the stars!
10. Visit Hobbiton - Although this is in New Zealand its my life time goal to visit this place and I will be ...
... I loved the section after this as it brought back memories from my 100th marathon last year as I got more and more excited knowing I was going to complete it and kept running even up the hills much to Andy's horror. As we arrived on Scarth Wood Moor some lady hikers were looking at a map, Andy apologized for his music, he had Chrissie Wellingtons 'lace up' on again with its techno beat. Suddenly a surprised voice recognised us a Jane a friend from Leeds. She was delighted as ...