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... some of the more historical sights around the country. Unfortunately Vietnam isn't around the corner so we had a long laborious journey ahead of us. The flight was from London Heathrow via Doha in the United Arab Emirates to Hoh Chi Minh City in the south of ...
... Walter Scott to be the finest stone town in England, has houses built in 17th and 18th century, 5 medieval parish churches, etc. Pity weather didn't permit photography. We went to the market, which is reputed to be good, for a few items but we think the Traders would have had an ordinary day. Lunch was enjoyed in the original home, now a family pub, of the Stamford Mercury, claims to be the oldest British newspaper 1695 (has been disputed). It ...
... Bailey, it was founded just 10 years after the Norman conquest, then rebuilt as a stone castle 80 years later. It was taken over by the Neville family, who took in a nine year old boy, who became Richard duke of Gloucester, and then king Richard the third. After Richard was killed at bosworth it fell into disrepair, and then during the civil war ...
The Gordon Boswell Romany Museum is located at Clay Lake near the town of Spalding in Lincolnshire, just off the A16. It is a unique experience for everyone with a large covered facility housing the UK’s finest collection of Romany vardos (Gypsy caravans), carts and harnesses.
Visitors are greeted with a slide show and a talk about the Romany way of life and then ...
... challenging, exhilarating and sometimes exhausting but one that I’ll be forever grateful that I experienced. I was sometimes exhausted, elated, angry, but never, never bored. What is more important is that I met some fantastic people, some of whom I would like to consider as my friends.
I am always being asked what the “highlights” of the trip were. Strangely enough not the obvious things like Red ...