Places I've Been and Things I've Seen



French Connection

Bonjour de Manorbier!¬†Certainly sounds like it’s over the Channel, maybe the South of France?

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Cream Tea

The British weather can really make or break a UK caravanning holiday. So when you’re lucky enough to get a full week of warm, dry sunny weather as we did recently in North Devon, it makes for such a memorable experience!

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Boggle Hole

A few days away at Robin Hood’s Bay near Whitby, and within walking distance of the old smuggler’s village at the bottom of a steep hill.

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Places to Go in County Durham

Our first week-long holiday in the caravan for almost a year! We headed North up the A1 to County Durham, and a remote campsite a few miles away from the market towns of Bishop Auckland and Barnard Castle.

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On the Tissington Trail in the Peak District

A Bank Holiday weekend away, staying at the Waterloo Inn campsite midway between the Derbyshire towns of Buxton and Ashbourne.

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Woodhall Spa

August Bank Holiday weekend in the Lincolnshire countryside.

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“Why, then the world’s mine oyster”

A few days spent visiting the sights in and around Stratford Upon Avon.

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Slaughter in the Cotswolds

We spent one of the early weeks of September staying at the Croft Farm Waterpark just a short distance outside Tewkesbury near the villages of Upper and Lower Slaughter.

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Water Water Everywhere

August Bank Holiday weekend at Carsington Fields campsite, just a few minutes walk away from Carsington Water near Ashbourne, Derbyshire. A nice spacious site, run by a friendly team.

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This wall should keep them out

Touring around Northumberland, and Hadrian’s Wall.

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Kings and Queens

The extended bank holiday for the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee presented a nice opportunity to tour the North Norfolk Coast, from our base at the King’s Lynn Caravan & Camping Park.

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