The Horse and Hound Country Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Planned Route: https://ridewithgps.com/routes/15070706 Actual Ride: https://ridewithgps.com/trips/10948831 A full day... Hadrian's Wall Rain Wind Sun Last Cafe in England Rain Wind SCOTLAND!! Over halfway through our trip. WIND!!!
... a few Brits who live in Australia, they are sponsored out there! Talking to Robbie and Hugo made me as Kyle very excited for Australia. We had the best day visiting Maya Bay and visiting monkey beach and snorkelling on the way. Maya bay is where the beach was filmed it was a gorgeous day amazing setting and we had great company!! To finish off the day we went up to the phi phi viewpoint to watch the sunset!! We left ...
... Yup it was a tank! there was a military base quite close and it was obviously out for a morning drive. Never seen a tank out for a morning drive in NZ, guess if you hang out around Waiouru you get to see them, not in the sunny BOP though. Anyway, up this jolly big hill we drive, must be almost as high as Mount Maunganui, but it is a big long ridge that dominates the countryside around for 20-30kms. On the side of the ridge is a very big white horse. Originally it ...
... him she had seven of her own. It is just one room wide. On census night 1861 in addition to Helen, the children and the widower, there were two other adult males in the household. By 1871 she had three children of her own. They later emigrated to Ontario and I have just found her photograph.
The original wooden stairs are there worn with feet from the past. There is the recent addition of a thick rope on the inside of the steps. The visitor said ...
... key had been provided. The library was closed, the rain was still falling and I needed a toilet. According to signposts they do exist, but I have not discovered any yet, despite asking for directions. However, my problems were solved by discovering the Cashmere visitor centre; full of beautiful soft expensive fabrics I didn’t consider buying, but great toilets, comfortable seats and reasonable coffee.
Just before starting this I seem to ...