The Saracens Head Hotel
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... held closed with a piece of rope but it should eventually provide secure moorings for its visitors.
So, 6 miles long and 16 single locks in remote countryside, the arm is a very relaxing and quiet place to be. There is a small community shop between the 8th and 9th lock in the village of Wilston which is very handy and is open from 7.30 till 1pm Monday to Saturday. Sunday is later opening and less hours. There is a large supermarket just on the outskirts of ...
... soup and schnitzel and gluwine. From there we found another gem on the other side of the mountain - Lake Orta. Orta San Guirio. Walked through the little village from ages ago and found a great spot to take in the atmosphere and views- and a lovely glass of vino. Sat 21st was Luce's birthday which was spent mostly eating our way through it. We got going late with all the calls and sms's to Luce, and drove to Lake ...
... had joined the discussion and was intent on getting a more detailed briefing about the ley lines we were following and their paths through the local vicinity. Yet again we found common cause about the need for change in a society which now seems to be commonly acknowledged to be unsustainable. By the time we finally bid our farewells it was close to our normal departure time, approaching 10am. As we set off our first task was to retrace yesterday’s steps ...
... story in the paper, but it's all over the front page and on page 4 as well!! If the truth be known, the article is a super piece focusing on Fi & James and the lovely Lucia; I'm a bit of a by product really, but so be it. The article is fantastic publicity for Little Hearts Matter and I also got a plug in for my Just Giving page, which was the main reason why I approached the LBO in the first piece. If anyone is interested, the link to the article ...
... After the usual customs and immigration clearances we board the coaches waiting for us at the keyside and set off. We did not get far only to the terminal building at the port entrance then it was all change to the actual coaches for the trip. Not quite sure why but possibly an immigration issue and the coaches from outside the port are not allowed into the area after immigration area. The trip took more than one and a half hours and was mainly through the rain forest at times ...