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  • Leaving for EnglandToday we set off to visit our first Granddaughter in London. Oh and also Justin and Nicky :). 10.00 saw us on the road to Calais. We had booked the ferry to Dover, leaving at 22.00 as this was the Posted by Pelican travels in Of Crocs and Socks | Jul 15, 2015
  • Phoebe time at last.The night spent on the esplanade in Dover was certainly interesting. The road is 10 meters from the sea and the beach is just pebbles. Consequently as the waves move against the shore the pebbles crash together making a huge Posted by Pelican travels in Of Crocs and Socks | Jul 16, 2015
  • To the beachBeing Pybus's we all decided that we should take advantage of having transport and make a trip to the beach. After all Phoebe needed to be introduced to beach life. And so, lots of firsts for Phoebe. First time travelling in Posted by Pelican travels in Of Crocs and Socks | Jul 17, 2015
  • Gardening in the sun.We spent the day relaxing at Phoebe's house. I say Phoebe's house because that's what happens with babies........they pretty much take over. The morning was spent gardening with Justin whilst the ladies looked on and gave orders. Of course gardening make Posted by Pelican travels in Of Crocs and Socks | Jul 18, 2015
  • Exploring England in the rainNot wanting to crowd out Phoebe's small flat we set off on a five day exploratory trip of the South Coast of England. The weather was British......that translates as rain and fog......but we remained positive and set off in search Posted by Pelican travels in Of Crocs and Socks | Jul 19, 2015
  • Fossil hunting Jurassic CoastThe Jurassic Coast, famous for its abundant fossils was our next destination. The weather had improved to the point where the sun was even shining so we donned shorts and t shirts and headed off for Charmouth on the Jurassic Posted by Pelican travels in Of Crocs and Socks | Jul 21, 2015
  • A fishing spotFrom Graffham we headed down to the coast to a beautiful little town called Abbotsbury close to Weymouth. We headed towards the beach but were eventually stopped by the end of the road. Time to walk again. From Abbotsbury we headed Posted by Pelican travels in Of Crocs and Socks | Jul 20, 2015
  • Day 35. Greenwich Village Tour Up and at it, no rest for the wicked, and so after some careful map study, onto our bikes and off to Greenwich Village to meet Justin and Nicky, our “Tour Guides” for the day. What with dodging traffic and Posted by Pelican travels in Switzerland in our Tortoise Van 2014 | Sep 21, 2014
  • Day 36. To the beach, to the beach. By this time we had had enough of the city. Justin took time off work and we all jumped into our bus and set off for the coast near Hastings which is South of London. We stopped off at a Posted by Pelican travels in Switzerland in our Tortoise Van 2014 | Sep 22, 2014
  • Day 34. Downtown system shock. Today we planned to go on a tour of Central London. Apparently the theft of bikes is a problem in London and so we decided to try our hand at using public transport. The plan was to catch a train Posted by Pelican travels in Switzerland in our Tortoise Van 2014 | Sep 20, 2014
  • Day 32. Crystal Palace, lost in London. Up early and after a quick breakfast on our way to Calais to catch the ferry to Dover. The day was grey and misty but thanks to good signage, finding our way onto the ferry was simple. I must say Posted by Pelican travels in Switzerland in our Tortoise Van 2014 | Sep 18, 2014
  • Day 33. Watching children's sport like old days. Quality time with my “Small boy” is in order, so after a good breakfast we climbed onto our bikes and set off in search of Justin’s home in SE London. This was an interesting challenge since navigation in the London Posted by Pelican travels in Switzerland in our Tortoise Van 2014 | Sep 19, 2014
  • Final ReflectionsNow that our trip has come to an end, it is time for some final reflections. This is the first travel blog I have ever written and my purpose is really threeefold: 1. To help me savour the memories Posted by Foldere in Adventures by Foldere | Sep 7, 2013
  • Getting there ...Our British Airways flight went from Heathrow to Seattle. Check-in time was 12.10 and departure a lengthy 3 hours later at 15.10 (groan). We drove to Heathrow in the morning and arrived in plenty of time. Just Posted by Foldere in Adventures by Foldere | Aug 21, 2013
  • Greenock for GlasgowThere was no doubt about it this morning - it was raining. We set off at 07:30 on a coach tour of the glens, villages and lochs to the North of Glasgow. There were occasional breaks in the Posted by greynomadm in 2017-06 UK & Artic Cruise | Jun 13, 2017
  • Wee Stay in Scotland.Our trip out of Munich to Edinburgh went rather well, in that we caught all trains and planes without too much to do. We were thoroughly searched on departure, belts, shoes and all bags off and rummaged through. Please Posted by Toot'speak in Indochina Encompassed | Dec 8, 2016
  • And Into EnglandOur stay in England was mainly to catch up with relatives and hopefully have a day in London city. Our departure from Scotland started out okay until departure time when I couldn't find my purse. After an hour of tipping Posted by Toot'speak in Indochina Encompassed | Dec 15, 2016
  • A day in LondonToday David was at the conference for most of the day and Marion was to try and make her way around London. We had breakfast together at Pret a Manger where they have excellent porridge, fruit and muesli and picked Posted by davidandmarion in Glasgow, London and a bit of France | Jun 12, 2017
  • Nottingham - Portsmouth Gluttons for punishment, the 3 intrepid travellers embark yet again on a month's long adventure this time to the Iberian peninsula - Spain & Portugal. The rough plan is to catch the ferry Posted by Wild Bores in 3 Amigos 2017 | Jun 4, 2017
  • Doing things by halves: EuropeYou join me halfway through. Mum used to say I didn’t do things by halves. Not true, I thought, as I slouched at my desk and gawped wide-eyed at a partition wall: I had only visited half of Europe. And Posted by Peter.Moules in Doing things by halves: Europe | Jun 11, 2017
  • It's been a funny old dayTravelling day 1 Mykonos bound. Well the day started off a bit weird as we headed out of lancaster towards the M6 through Galgate. We saw a chap in trainers and a wedding dress with a track suit top on Posted by mickyt in Mykonos MickandI | Jun 11, 2017
  • Belfast and LondonderryGrey sky again as the ship settles at its berth in Belfast, Northern Ireland. Our tour today takes us NorthWest across Northern Ireland to the Walled City of Londonderry in the safe hands of Jack the tour guide. Posted by greynomadm in 2017-06 UK & Artic Cruise | Jun 11, 2017
  • Davina McCall-ed!We fly tomorrow so have been busy seeing friends and family the past couple of days. It's been great on the one hand, spending lots of time with them all and sad on the other, as we know we won't Posted by sands2017 in Westward ho! | Jun 11, 2017
  • Liverpool and BeyondToday's port is Liverpool on the West Coast of England. Our arrival was delayed due to a miscalculation of the tide conditions. That's the story anyway. Weather predictions we not favourable but the rain held off while Posted by greynomadm in 2017-06 UK & Artic Cruise | Jun 10, 2017
  • Backpacking Australia: East coast - Aussie, Aussie, Aussie oi, oi oi! …. Backpacking the East Coast of Australia is…Well in a nutshell, a party; it’s a booze filled binge up or down the coast. The East coast is the Posted by av9901 in Forever roaming the world | Jun 10, 2017
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