Hadrian’s Wall to Whitley Bay

After the stress of dealing with the breakdown we set off immediately in the direction of Newcastle and specifically Whitley Bay.

We were visiting children but with a growing there is a shortage of space for overnight guests so we prefer to make alternative sleeping arrangements.

I never thought that I would say this but we prefer to stop in a caravan.

I have always hated caravans.  I remember how horrible they were when I was a boy and we used to have family holidays in a tin box without any modern facilities but now, after a few modern caravan holidays I have become a real enthusiast, a zealot even, rather like someone who has gone through a rapid religious conversion and has become a serious pain in the arse about it.

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2 responses to “Hadrian’s Wall to Whitley Bay

  1. Whwn I commented on the original post (the ‘grey starling’ pun) I had no idea our daughter would go to university up there. We stayed at Whitley Bay and walked south to Tynemouth one day. It’s a wonderfully open part of England and the quality of the light is stunning,

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  2. Ah, the converted….. 😳

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