Travel Blogs from Clitheroe
... got some solid reading time in. The faster I depart with this bulky 2 pound book, the better. I was hiding around the corner and awaiting for Nic to make her way out of the airport terminal. I saw her escape towards the bus terminal where I told her to meet me, yet in the wrong direction. As much as I wanted to see her continue her wrong direction, I couldn’t let her wander lost anymore without me squeezing her. I greeted her as her face expressed the panic of ...
... Slowly but surely it has to start working again. That or Dan may strangle me. Wahhh! It also didn't help that Thursday night we stayed in a hostel where a bunch of rowdy idiots came in at 2am with no consideration of anyone else sleeping. I was so angry that after ten minutes i screamed at them to shut up. Tired me may have grown a pair because I literally was behind a pair. When they finally shut up I realiZed ...
... Lane Farm the following day. I rode up just to look around and then ride back to town. Barriers we going up all along the route. There was bunting and yellow bicycles galore and every pub seemed to have a "jovial" crowd getting ready for the next day. Although there were people along the route it took quite a bit of imagination to visulaize the projected huge crowds for the following ...
... to make sure we didn't miss our appointment at Stonehenge. It is an enigmatic and impressive place, but best seen from inside the stone circle, which you can only do (for a price) outside normal visiting hours. Otherwise, visitors have to stand a long distance away and look at it through the fence...pretty disappointing. When I was trying to make reservations for this, it was a challenge. Because of the connection of Stonehenge with the summer ...
... the havoc you wreak on Pendle Hill.
One night I will take them all on..the wind, the witches and the rest of the baggage. I will run around Pendle Hill like a banshee, splashing through the bogs and screaming out injustices... (appropriately dressed of course)
But I have to beware. Like the day our evening was going great. Snuggled up on the sofa in the middle of Mission Impossible the dog suddenly threw up with lightening force. ...
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