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  • Leap Day in HytheToday is leap day 2020. We decided to head into Hythe and walk along the sea shore where the Hythe Ranges is located. Today and tomorrow there is no shooting! When the ranges are closed and the red flags are down Posted by InvictaMoto in The United Kingdom | Mar 1, 2020
  • Day #1#Edit: This entry is a lot longer than I expected, with no pictures, I'll do better next time I first started thinking about travelling a couple of years ago. I was bored with work, had a load of old comics to Posted by cblanc102 in Discovering South East Asia | Feb 27, 2020
  • From the windiest place in the UK to the Lewis ChessmenAs the campsite owner had warned us, it was an extremely windy night, but we managed to sleep OK and nothing got damaged. We clearly hadn't had enough of the wind yet, because our first destination of the day was the Posted by 3Traveller in From Hadrian's Wall to the Western Isles | Feb 27, 2020
  • Hello!Hi All, Melanie (my better half!) and I are in our late forties and we have decided to have a little adventure as we have, what we hope, now reached half way in our life's journey! Being lucky enough to have fantastic Posted by Darren110470 in Daz & Mel's Downunder Adventure | Feb 25, 2020
  • we have a front door Well, another two months have gone by. “Have the Logies moved in yet?” you must be wondering. Weeell, no. Not quite…. I think they were just starting to nail on t Posted by Robin Logie in Becci would have loved it here | Feb 24, 2020
  • UK and Baltic Cruise Posted by siewalan1945 in Our Travels | Feb 20, 2020
  • Paris: A travellers dream destinationParis is truly a city out of fairytales and dream sequences that tends to leave an unparalleled mark on anyone who visits it. With the expertly manicured streets and exquisite Haussmannian architecture, Paris is a city that has been created Posted by bluvan47 in bluvan | Feb 20, 2020
  • MoTIt was frosty today. I set off after few teething problems. Today's trip to Ashford and back. Mileage 9203. Posted by InvictaMoto in Rocket Roadster - A Motorcycling Blog | Feb 19, 2020
  • Three go travellingWell the countdown is on. We have taken the plunge and purchased Bernie our Motorhome. Bernie is a Benimar Primero 202. We bought her last year in May and we have been on a few trips in the Uk, Kent, Posted by BridgetIan in Three go travelling. | Feb 16, 2020
  • Thursday 2nd April 2020Pre Blog So landing at London Heathrow at 5:30 am we take the 9:10 am flight to Leeds/Bradford Airport and back no doubt to cold and drizzle ! ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Posted by robinstride in Classic Vietnam | Feb 13, 2020
  • Wednesday 1st April 2020Pre Blog Well I hope everything runs well today as its travel day, we fly from Hanoi at local time 17:55 to Hong Kong (subject to coronus virus) and then after a 3 hour sit in the airport take the BA Posted by robinstride in Classic Vietnam | Feb 13, 2020
  • Wednesday 11th March 2020So here we are again another intrepid trip..... I will before I set off set up the blog with the trip and where we should be on each day, in the first part of the daily description, you will find a Posted by robinstride in Classic Vietnam | Feb 12, 2020
  • Devon 19 - Day 9We were up early again as Reggie was on his early pee and poop regime again. In the end we left at around 9.30am. TomTom reckoned it would be just short of 5 hours to get home. If only. First Posted by InvictaMoto in The United Kingdom | Feb 11, 2020
  • Devon 19 - Day 7/8Day 7 Today our day was already planned. A lunch date with Robin and Mark at their house near Exeter. They have two golden retrievers and Reggie was okay until they mobbed him and he growled at them a few times. Lunch was Posted by InvictaMoto in The United Kingdom | Feb 11, 2020
  • Devon 19 - Day 6Didn't we have a lovely time on Dartmoor? No we didn't. I set up a route to take in some bronze age and medieval settlements on the rugged moors. We set off and ahead the weather looked increasingly black overhead and Posted by InvictaMoto in The United Kingdom | Feb 11, 2020
  • Devon 19 - Day 5As is his current trend Reggie had us awake at 5am for his first pee trip. Then at 6am and finally at 7.15am for breakfast. We had sorted the bins as well as the instructions said to have them out for Posted by InvictaMoto in The United Kingdom | Feb 10, 2020
  • Devon 19 - Day 4Miserable start to the day. Well, not at 5.30am when Reggie decided he needed to go out into the garden. At least he had a pee! At 6.30am it was Claire's turn to get up. Parenting a ???? seems like having Posted by InvictaMoto in The United Kingdom | Feb 10, 2020
  • Devon 19 - Day 3Forced to use the Corsa instead of the Insignia due to an "engine fault" light. Too late to get it fixed before the trip. Even with several hours in traffic jams, sometimes not moving, today's fuel stop came out at 47.6mpg. Posted by InvictaMoto in The United Kingdom | Feb 10, 2020
  • Devon 19 - Day 2Up early and popped across to the main services for breakfast. Decided on McDonald's. A nice bacon and egg McMuffin. It's on the other side of the motorway! Dogs are not allowed inside the services building and the bridge is inside. Posted by InvictaMoto in The United Kingdom | Feb 10, 2020
  • Devon 19 - Day 1Packed and left home around 7pm for the overnight stop at the Days Inn at Fleet Services at the M3. The motorways were relatively free moving. The usual lane hoggers in evidence in the so called "smart motorways". We get an Posted by InvictaMoto in The United Kingdom | Feb 10, 2020
  • Le (not very) Grand Départ ==On Monday 2nd October 1872, Phileas Fogg made a bet (presumably drunk) with his fellow toffs at The Reform private members Club that he could circumnaviga Posted by around129 in Around the World in 129&1/2 Days | Jan 30, 2020
  • From Harris to Lewis: Callanish standing stonesToday we moved north from the Isle of Harris to the Isle of Lewis - a drive rather than a ferry, as the two isles are actually parts of one big island. It was overcast as we drove to our Posted by 3Traveller in From Hadrian's Wall to the Western Isles | Jan 29, 2020
  • Why social media marketing is important for your business:SMM, the new tool inside the commercial enterprise arena has proven a promising rise, the latest years. The internet international goes gaga over it & social media has shown a 100% higher lead-to-close price than outbound marketing. These days almost Posted by LoganShort in Best smm panel | Jan 28, 2020
  • PACKING CRISISWith only two more sleeps I thought it was time to get the new blog up and running. I will email you when I post a new blog, but you can log in anytime with the password. You Posted by essiegirl1 in More Travelling | Jan 28, 2020
  • Wednesday 11th March 2020So off we go again, leaving behind blustery, windy and wet Scarborough and heading off into the sun. Arriving mid morning at Leeds Bradford Airport, we take BA flight, business class down to London Heathow, a quick 70 minute flight, just Posted by Hgtehunters in Classic Vietnam | Jan 27, 2020
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