The Alona Hotel
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... farm stop half way between Glasgow and Carlisle. Now we are heading for the border we will take with us many fond memories of Scotland. The natural beauty of the landscape, the lochs, the heather, the friendliness of the people, hanging baskets of flowers, and whiskey and shortbread - two of Geoff's favourite things! The ease of travel with the wider roads and the ability to freedom camp just add to ...
... it was a photo free morning)! Arrived at Dublin airport where our lovely host Ann was waiting with Ian to pick us up to drive to her house at Monasterevin. Beautiful house and location - views to die for. We were reunited with Susan who was busy preparing dinner for us! She said she cooked the apple pie but I don't think so! Can't wait for tomorrow to see new things in this green ...
... tunes. Loads of folk from the ship singing along, so parked my ever expanding bum and joined in as one does. Ordered a drink asked them if they accepted the ship's magic card, but regretfully they politely said no, or no bloody ways mate!! All to soon we were back on board and waving goodbye to NZ. Spent the afternoon doing some sunbathing and had a chat in the pool with some girls from Wales, the water in the pool was like a bath now, so warm. Climbed out lay down to read when ...
... the satnav told me to turn right instead of my usual left turn towards Carnwarth!!I decided to follow the satnav and see where it brings me out. Soon I find myself heading along the A704 through the small village of Forth and onwards towards Whitburn and finally I’m onto the M8 and its m/way almost right to my front door!!It was right on 12 noon when I pulled into my driveway! I had covered the 470 miles or so from Worthing to South ...
... re not expecting it. I want to enjoy and 'feel' places rather than race to the next destination. Besides, it seems to fit in line with our new career move: vagabond.
- 1. wandering from place to place without any settled home.
- 2. nomadic.
- 3. leading an unsettled or carefree life.
- 4 having an uncertain or irregular course or direction.