Walpole Bay Hotel
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... but that would have been ages ago. How hard is it to dig up asphalt and maybe have sand back again, or plant a few bushes?
And I haven't got to the people yet. All I'll say is... morbidly obese, lashings of soft ice cream and packets of crips, tats, the longest fags I've ever seen been puffed by the largest people I've ever seen in one place - apart from Disney World in Florida.
I would have liked to have taken a picture or two but we might ...
... was spent, catching up on washing and enjoying the luxury of being indoors on a cold, wet, morning. My mum and dad, older sister Dianne and her daughter Annabelle, are also currently in England for a 6 week visit-spending a good majority of their time on the Isle of Wight. We had been disappointed that we'd been unable to organise a catch up in London, but our timing just didn't co-ordinate. Ringing them this morning, they informed us they were on the ferry ...
So a few weeks ago I decided I was a bit fed up with life at the moment. I currently have a boring mind numbing job and its really not what i want to do. I need a break away and where better then South East Asia?? I am 23 and have always loved going on holiday but never actually traveled for a long period of time. So decided to bite the bullet and book my one way flight to Bangkok leaving on March 26th. I cant wait! ...
We were due to get on the road by 11am but decided to hold back and wait for the storms to pass.
Eventually we hit the road by 12.30, went and filled the bike and were on our way. That was until we got to Thetford on the A11, the traffic was solid right the way down to the Mildenhall roundabout.
We always make a point to stop at Walkers Cafe for some lunch before getting ...
... to the Westgate, the original main entry to the city and used by pilgrims for hundreds of years. Canterbury has been a European pilgrimage site of major importance for over 800 years since the assassination of Archbishop Thomas Becket in 1170. It is also the beginning of the route to Santiago de Compostella in Spain and the Via Francigena to Rome.
It’s strange to ...