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Tagged With: transit


I am willing to admit that my least favourite part of travel is transit. The endless sitting around in uncomfortable designer furniture waiting to be allowed into transit lounges that are less comfortably furnished, timing ablutions and generally filling in time while we wait to board. Plane travel in economy, for someone with legs, is … Continue reading »

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Motorways and Dambusters

An early start (but time enough for a “full Welsh” breakfast thanks to our early rising host), we bid farewell to the wonderful walled town of Conwy and to Wales entirely as we wended our way towards Yorkshire. These long drive days get me thinking about roadways and main motorways in particular – they are … Continue reading »

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A Drive, a Mount, a Cream Tea

After packing the car we set off for Otterton Mill in Devon, as the first leg in our drive to Cornwall. This working mill was, sadly, not working today but the workings were interesting as was our first Devon “cream tea” which is essentially amazing scones, beautiful artisan jam and the most astonishing cream. Local … Continue reading »

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We’re not in Kansas anymore Jojo

Posted a day late – forgive me avid readers (lol) but I was too tired to think yesterday, sorry. I am not sure what I was expecting when landing in Heathrow, London but I am sure that was not it. I guess the airport is old but seemed disjointed and grubby, no distinct style – … Continue reading »

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