Travel Blogs from Portpatrick
... br> “You’re still paler” is the response I got. Not true. I was not that pale.
But I was whiter than the sand.
I sunbaked with Lydia (in tights, boots, a dress and glasses) for a while.
But uhhh…me forgots sunscreen.
Only a wee bit of my arms, but I cried…I want to be pale not pink!
Well getting up early was not something that happened today.
For any of us.
We did get up though, about midday and had a fry up.
So fatty, but so good!
Laura had offered to take me to see a few things today, which was very kind of her so Laura, Gareth, Glenn and I piled into her little car and we drove.
As some of you may know, well…none of you because I ...
... relating the
changes in women’s fashion to the suffragette movement and information about
the local framing history, particularly cheese making. There is currently a
temporary exhibition called ‘Teen Comics: Action, Adventure and Agony Aunts’. A
history of British comics from the 1950’s to the present day. It is supported
by a display of school children’s attempts at their own comic drawings. An intriguing
... at the moon. I discovered that my sleeping mat doesn't have a hole the valve was just caught which means tonight I will have a great nights sleep (so will James haha). Sunday (5th) we were up earlier this morning after feeling well rested. We detoured off the southern upland way to a town called New Luce, which the guidebook suggests to visit for fresh food etc. As the walk to New Luce was all along the road we treated ourselves to wearing trail shoes/runners to give our feet ...
... touring couchsurfing couple I had hosted in Wick. My hosts lived at a countryside house with swimming pool surrounded by vineyards near Bergerac. Laure and Jean Michel had themselves done a big cycle tour around S. America, so we shared stories in an amusing mixture of French, Spanish and English (their daughter was our translator). A massive feed, a soft bed, a swimming pool and home comforts were just the ticket!
Niall and his mate Ed ...