Archive for August, 2008

The long way round the Yorkshire Dales

Posted: 24th August 2008 by admin in Travel

On Saturday we did a slightly more grand tour of the Dales, if you call 120 miles of driving a grander tour. Taking in Kilnsey and the park there, which was a disappointment for what you paid to enter the animal park, it was 10 quid for a family ticket, and all it really consisted […]

Exploring the Hills of Yorkshire

Posted: 20th August 2008 by admin in Travel

Originally harking from the mostly flat Midlands (Leicester to be precise), a large hill to me was about 200-250m high, with those heights being reached only by Old John and Beacon Hill.  So when I moved to Yorkshire and in the centre of the Pennnine  belt running down the middle of the UK from Hadrians […]

An update to this article is now available here I’ve been visiting Majorca now for 4 years, graduating from package tours to organising it all myself. For 3 years we stayed on the eastern coast, at a resort called S’Illiot, half way between Porto Cristo to the south and Cala Millor to the north. During […]