Stone House Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... nicely stopped at one on the way so not to worry about needing cash! The journey to Anjuna was approximately 1hour. The views were unbelievable, from cows walking across the street to a family of 4 mounted on a moped on there way to school. The little girl on the back of the moped was even readings book. The things you come across are staggering, and definitely out of the ordinary. Most homes looked like they had been built from rubbish materials ...
... Found the gift I've been looking for for Jeffrey at Mountain Hi in Grasmere. Back to Bowness for a bit of shopping, a chance to catch up on email, a shower, then off to a most enjoyable dinner at Jackson's Bistro. Not many pictures today. Enjoyed the bus ride but difficult to take photos out of its ...
... En route we passed Roman ruins which were excavations of the bases of walls. From those few stones archaeologists deduced the structure of the fort. A little further on we passed a man sitting on a bench by the lake strumming a guitar and singing, a pleasant addition to the walk. Light lunch, window shopping, people watching. ...
Opted for the shunpiking route. Two wrong turns which were fairly quickly corrected, one lovely lunch stop, 90 miles, and 4 hours later we've arrived. Enjoying a cup of tea before venturing out to explore. After an enjoyable dinner at a local Italian restaurant, we're back at our room with time to get caught up on email and update this ...
We crossed our halfway mark today both in terms of days 33 out of 64 and mileage... 612 miles down, 604 in theory to finish!! We had a good day's walking in glorious sunshine to celebrate our halfway mark. The first part was a gentle walk into Keld (another very pretty hamlet) followed by a winding path high above the River Swale as we worked our way round to Thwaite (yet another very pretty hamlet). We had the dog (Cadbury) with us. Being such a hot day already ...