Stone House Hotel
Travel Blogs from Hawes
... playing and shortly afterwards Dom and Becky brought
out a suitcase with wigs, blow up guitars, oversize glasses, butterfly wings
and all sorts of other stuff. The dance
floor was soon covered with some strange looking individuals using the props in
all sorts of ways. A good time was had
by all until about 1am I believe.
It was lovely to be part of such a happy event and
especially nice to spend some time with Ryan.
It was also ...
... in this part of the country the lovely romantic country lanes are very narrow and have lovely dry-stone walls both sides which you would not like to hit or scrape - so when a car approaches it is only by some miracle that a successful passing is accomplished.
Our first night here was so peaceful and quiet - the only sound to be heard was the sighing of the buttercups in the fields outside. It gets semi-dark by about 10.00pm and the daylight appears about ...
... skyline all lit up - it was something like fairyland but a tad bigger!! The ship took us down the Hudson River to get close up to the Statue of Liberty which looks fabulous lit up at night. We travelled a little further as far as Battery Park and then turned around for the return trip and left the ship by 2.00am. By the time we arrived back to the hotel it was 2.30am - we were very tired and glad to be able to sleep in the next ...
... festivities so I can finish my hike. I feel like a champ and can see changes happening to me as this trip continues. It’s exciting to realize I am only a month into the trip.
I was walking back to the campsite last night and was distracted by all the horses tied up on the side of the road. I (like them) had my blinders on and B lined right over to them. I brushed my hands down their neck and it was nice to interact with an animal for the first time in ...
... on cheap traveling. He must have appreciated my advice and company more than most, because he ended up buying me a round and accommodating me with information on a cheaper/closer camping site and local deals on food and happy hours. I returned today in the rain, rucksack in hand, and have been blogging and FaceTiming in the back for hours as he keeps supplying me with free coffee and letting me know I can lock my bag up in his office locker if I want ...