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Travel Blogs from Todmorden
So here is our super vague plan for the first few months of travel. The aim is to avoid air travel as much as possible!
7th November - fly into Bangkok, Thailand. Hang out for a few days in the city before spending a relaxing week on the beach near Koh Chang. Then back to Bangkok to hire a card and head north ...
... this is a dream guide to every place James and I plan to visit. Along with our regular Skype calls this has informed our travel plan no end. It is also a briliant source of truly useful advice! I would reccomend visiting her 'handy stuff' page if you are considering a similar trip :) Also loving the Travelfish website for quick snapshots of each country including boarder crossings, visas, transport ...
... phone with George, and we talk about the trip as if we haven't spoke for months. He's away in San Fran at the minute for a family wedding. Once he's back, the splurge will start. About 1/3 or so on the way to saving.
I'm living for pay day though at the minute. I'm meant to be putting £500 towards the trip, but that's not going to happen. Unfortunately, food and rent comes first.
The £6000 total seems a way off yet, but I'll get there.
... Far Lane” didn’t bode well. Fortunately the village was tiny, but we still managed to circumnavigate it finding our B&B.
Our grand tour of Kettlewell passed impossibly beautiful stone cottages, all it seemed, with carved dates over their doors of 16-something-or-other. We were warmly greeted at Pennycroft B&B by our host Lizzie and the smell of berry jam she was making. While we settled in Lizzie ...
... 8220;Potts blue” face, and the hauntingly beautiful Bolton Priory, half destroyed, half fully functional church. We had
a good talk with a lady volunteering as a host at the priory. Weather was
fairly cold with showers, but not too wet. We crossed the first of many stiles,
and met some other walkers, including a mother and daughter and their two border-terrier
dogs who were walking even further than us that day.