Statham Lodge Country House Hotel
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... house which was the house his daughter lived in. Yet another beautiful Tudor style home. After walking along the River Avon and getting some ice-cream we headed up North. We stopped in Stoke On Trent for lunch and went to some incredible gardens called Trentham gardens. Amazing views and they were even hosting a college graduation what was great to see. We went through the maze which was a lot of ...
... and Carrie apparently catch it back home!
With formalities all over in little more than one hour, we move to champagne and graduation cupcakes in the marquee and a lovely lunch in the cafe in an equally impressive 1800's former library.
And all too suddenly, there's a taxi to the airport waiting.
Greece, here we come!
Or so we thought.
Our MAN-LHR flight is delayed fifty minutes. The ...
Our English adventure has restarted after a days rest upon returning from sunny Eire. We took a maintenance day on June 26th for mental and physical recovery and did more mundane activities such as laundry and shopping and hanging out with Quintin Pomeroy and Rebecca O'Malley whilst the kiddies played with Theo.
The next day, Rebecca took us on a somewhat quintessential English trek through the 'wilds' of South East Manchester at Lyme ...
We're on our way home, after five days short of our peripatetic year in the bell jar. We're prepared for the blank stares as we go into revelry about hill tribes and volcanos, orphans and turtles. How do you explain to someone who's not only never been, they've never thought about going; without them zoning out before the first comma? We embarked on well trodden, beginners level backpacking, we're not trailblazers, it wasn't difficult, dangerous or expensive ...
56.2 km! I think that says everything about today but this would be a very boring blog if I just gave you the stats. Now 56.2km would not be a big deal if I had in fact been training as I should before I got to the UK however I didn't, so that felt like a very long way today. Along the way I came up with a list of things to try if cycling with someone a lot faster and fitter than you. 1) Give them the map and let them decide on the route. They will have to stop to consult the map ...