If you’ve never taken the train up the east coast of the UK then you’ve never really travelled. That’s just my opinion, of course. North of Newcastle-Upon-Tyne, it’s the most delightful journey. The track wends its way through Northumberland, cutting through the countryside and hugging the coastline, affording stunning views of the North Sea. AboveContinue reading “Shit sandals in Scotland”
Hello my lovelies. I hope you’re all keeping well. It’s been quite a while since my last post. Pretty much six months to the day, in fact. I suppose when I last wrote, I expected radio silence for a few months and that I’d be back to tell you about a mini-adventure of a dayContinue reading “Back on board!”
It certainly comes around fast. It’s now five years since I started solong.blog and its annual renewal fee is due for payment once again. I’m wondering what to do: should I renew or not renew?
You’ll be aware that during the past 18 months travel hasn’t really been a thing. For some people, last summer might have meant a caravanning holiday with their families, but for me, the furthest I went was to pick up an order from Ikea’s car park, some four miles away. My life has seemingly shrunkContinue reading “Big up to you, Blackpool!”