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After enjoying our rest day in Scarborough last Monday, we continued our trip south in mild, sunny weather, down through eastern Yorkshire and ending the day just southwest of Bridlington, with its beautiful white cliffs not unlike the white cliffs of Dover.
Tuesday, another beautiful day, we cycled through the countryside of southern Yorkshire then over the very long Humber River bridge near Hull over to Barton upon Humber, before camping ...
... been delayed, although I do hope to visit them in the near future and begin travelling again soon. So for now it is Adios and Goodbye, however I do hope you have enjoyed reading my travel blog and for now I will leave it open for future ...
... things to do, but I feel ready to leave - even if I still can't believe I'm actually going.
I'm excited, nervous, unable to wait the LONG week until I actually fly!!
Dan & Sara have been absolutely amazing, letting me stay here for well over a month between sorting things out with my old house right up until my leaving date. The cats, Oliver, Lily and Cleo have been ...
... hear Texas Gun for the rest of the evening.
Saturday...we took the shuttle bus in to Lincoln city along with what seemed like hundreds of other folks. There were 4 buses just going there and back constantly throughout the day. Steep Hill is very aptly named, excessively steep would be a better expression. Luckily it had lots of pretty little unusual shops to stop and look in on the way up. We arrived at the square in front of the ...
... and we picked up quite a few ideas that we could use in ours at home. Back on the same bus, same driver, 2 different passengers and once again a running commentary. It was a bit like our own private sight-seeing tour.
We took Juliette around the water to Whitwell Harbour parking area, where we could stop all day for £5.00 and got the bikes out. We started off well, fairly flat, but soon became uphill and down dale...now the ...