Tag Archives: travel

Travels and Trust

Oh, yeah, I have a blog – so hi there anyone who’s still hanging around… It’s a bit of a busy time of year for everyone, and we’re no exception having realised that this weekend was our main chance to … Continue reading

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Home Again

After the rains of Heligan, we were blessed with sun for our final day in Newquay, so we took advantage of the time before our train home in walking over the headlands and exploring the beaches in the area. It … Continue reading

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Newquay Break

I’ve definitely needed this break. My heartrate falling from 86bpm to 73bpm while we’ve been here is proof alone of that. We’ve been walking or using public transport exclusively while we’re down here too, so it has forced a change … Continue reading

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On My Travels

We’re off out for a few days on what feels like my first holiday this year. We’ve had a few odd days off here and there, but they were back around my birthday and mostly consisted of a few days … Continue reading

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And away we go

It’s Easter weekend, and we’ve actually managed to scrape some time and an approximation of energy together so that Lady M, the Charleesi, and I are escaping The Smoke for a couple of days. We’re off to Alton Towers. Let … Continue reading

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Out And About

I’m coming to the conclusion that train journeys are a great way to get around – as long as you’re travelling off-peak and don’t particularly care what time you get there.  Those who commute regularly will have already rolled their … Continue reading

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Short Story: Singing For My Supper

There’s a saying, usually attributed to Australian legends, that the world was sung into being. I’ve always liked that concept. Words and names have power, even if people these days don’t like to admit it; and when spun into song … Continue reading

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