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The hardest part of starting a new travel blog is the start.
In every Han for himself I had the
advantage of being on a plane to Beijing with a plateful -ok a spoonful of caviar in front of me, not to mention a harem of happy Dutch flight attendants intent on stuffing me to bursting point with stroopwaffels. This time I have a National Express.
It's interesting how as a teenager you flock to Amsterdam, by 30 it's Eindhoven,
... our English Heritage pass, we just couldn't bring ourselves to yet another ruined castle. We did enjoy the walk however, beside a golf course for a while (thankfully, no wayward shots) and then on the wide sandy beach until we arrived at Low Newton where we lunched on fresh crab sandwiches and ploughman's at a quaint pub. Andrew had excelled with his research. A most enjoyable day.Saturday we met the family in Grainger Market after taking a look at Theatre Royal and Central ...
We leave Woodbridge and head to the coast visiting a couple of little towns along the way, Pretty scary roads but beautiful countryside. We make our way north and end up in Sunderland for the night which is on the coast. It raining and almost blizzard conditions when we arrive and very difficult to find accommodation, Eventually we get some and then rooms had to change because wifi wouldn't work, Enjoyed some nice fish and chips int he new ...
... met anyone who is not having a short break or a standard holiday stay, whereas in Australia there is always a mix of holiday makers, travellers, grey nomads, itinerant workers and people using the sites as accommodation to make visits to towns for hospital appointments, special events etc.The great distances and small population in most areas of Australia help create a very different usage of camps and lifestyle. It will be interesting to see if this view changes as ...
... like us, they were there as a tourist sight, not really to accomplish any shopping.
We just looked at the price tags of a few things to boggle our minds. Of course, some things didn't have price tags, so figured the saying, "If you have to ask how much, it is too pricey for you," applied. Huge candles in glass vases ran about 400 pounds in price, around $600. The candy department offered boxes of custom chocolates starting at 600 pounds. ...