The Admiral Hornblower
Travel Blogs from Oakham
... houses a retreat for a church organization. Then we drove around to see some of the places known to us by name only, but that were part of her families history back as far as 1700.
A quick stop at the grocery store and we were back in our room by about 1:30. We looked up some places of local interest, picked one out (despite its questionable ...
... Britain. 1100s. It was built against the cliff the castle was on and it had rooms cut into the rock. Amazing. The castle was good too. Only parts of the gatehouse was medieval but the building on the top - a 1700s building for the very rich - was great. It is now a museum. You can hire the place for parties and weddings etc, so I'm thinking of my 60th birthday! We travelled back to pick up Dave and headed to ...
... br> .
Stacey and Simon Parker with your two dogs. I was in much need of a rest when I stopped to chat and get my breath back; thanks for taking the time on your uphill stretch near Cleave to talk. And I have just seen your online donation. Thanks. Great to chat.
Maude and Barbara were on an outing in Port Isaac and we sat on the harbour wall having lunch. (and didn't mention Doc Martin once, think we were the only folk in ...
... travel tunes. Kodaline mostly. I hope I meet some top people for socialising in the 4 bed carriage of dreams, don't let me down. And don't rape me.
Plans after that will be winged like a true traveller.
Currently putting some more tunes in the music player for staring out into the desert as we chug past, looking deep and musing. Cause I'm quite deep y'see.
... we needed for the camper and while we've been away Melvyn has been my accountant, keeping an eye on the funds.
Our maxicube satellite dish was great but we don't think it will work in NZ so it's on EBAY (Now SOLD) it's a great idea.
So till next Tour de France which incidentally leaves from Yorkshire next year, thanks and cheers to you both.
The camper is ready to go, just have to pack our clothes then we'll head off.