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Got home at 0530am and woke up Chown and Chemma with our gifts from Blackpool! Slept most the day and then had a lovely eggs Bene in a town called Lytham. Chown had to head to Glasgow for work so girls night on the couch with pizza and pasta and a good ...
Gemma and Chown headed off to a wedding leaving Knaps and I to venture into what can only be described as hell on earth, Blackpool. Imagine a town of Chavs but with all the other Chavs in the country coming in as well, for hens and bucks parties and just to get hammered. We drank for 15 hours it was fun. Met up with Caitlin smith from Mercure Sydney days and then with Nicky and Ashleigh some of Knaps mates I'd met in Singapore. Was a right laugh of people watching and bad 80's ...
... council housed and violent) Sarah 'it could be worse, u could be stuck in the car with U' Bear Jade ' my jeans are cutting off my circulation' Sarah ' wrap them around your neck' Knaps fell asleep with mouth wide open so Gemma is now gridding bear sleeping. She has also gridded grids Sarah 'maybe we were in the fatal car accident and this is ...
... up in one or other of the vans having a drink together.
I now leave Clitheroe and move on a few miles to a tiny, but beautiful village at the edge of the Forest of Bowland (not a forest any more but some rather spectacular moors). Here I will join up with my Rotary friends and spend the next three weeks travelling up to Scotland with them. Whether I will have access to the internet over these weeks remains to be seen,
... away from babies and all that, I had thought projectile vomiting was a thing of the past.
3 hours later surrounded by mops and buckets and scores of newspapers I rumminated on Liz's observation; "It was like a magic trick Momaz.. her whole meal just reappeared out of nowhere". Well actually it came from the dog's guts but still.. maybe there's something in it after all. Pendle Hill bewitched our dog and ruined our evening in front of the telly.
Other places to stay in Clitheroe
Whalley Road, Billington, Clitheroe | Hotelfrom $138
Eaves Hall Lane, Clitheroe | Hotelfrom $144
Avenue Road, Clitheroe | Hotelfrom $115
Castle Street, Clitheroe | Hotelfrom $111
Whalley Road, Hurst Green, Clitheroe | Hotelfrom $158
44-48 King St, Clitheroe | Hotelfrom $119