Travel Blogs from Bainbridge
... through the herding pens of the Boarder Control and Customs. It was really good to see him there....and so it was off down the motorway to Addingham. I had to make an urgent pit stop to buy something that I had greatly missed on our travels, a proper English daily newspaper. How I had survived three months away from home without reading my daily......SUN...newspaper I will never know. I got some funny looks from people when I gave my SUN a big hug in the ...
... or sunny with little wind and temperatures in the 40's.
We suspected the event would be well attended. This week is half-term for the schools so many families took their children to the museum to see the trains. And, our train to Shildon was packed. They had added two additional train cars but it was still standing room only for those passengers who got on the train a few stops after ours.
When we arrived, ...
I departed Oxenholme station in late afternoon, after waving my family goodbye I settled into the first stage of my long journey across the world.
After several hours on the virgin train from the north I arrived in
london at Euston, I crossed to Notting hill gate to meet natascha, my
first host of the long trip! She showed me around the area of london
where she lives and we went for a cheeky pint in a lovely little pub.
... quick enough not to see any of them on Whernside. This is an amazing race over some stunning peaks across the heart of the Yorkshire Dales. We had wonderful weather with not too much of anything, a touch of sun, rain and hail.
27 August 2012
Yorkshire North Riding – Northallerton
We had a good walk along the seafront and then headed off to see Jimmy Saville's grave (Josie's morbid curiosity again ) on the outskirts of ...