Bristol Break

Bristol Break

Bristol Break

Having just completed our house sit in Aarau Switzerland, we head back to England for a short break in the city of Bristol. Arriving late in the evening we spend our first night at a lovely Airbnb just near Bristol airport. The lovely host picked us up from the airport and dropped us back to the airport, making things a lot more convenient.

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Airbnb

On our arrival back at the airport we caught the Airport Flyer Express costing £7 per person. We arrived at Temple Meads Railway Station after approximately a 40 min bus ride. Ahead lay about an 800-metre walk to our accommodation for the next four nights. However, if you have been keeping up with our blogs you would know by now, we needed a coffee 😊. Guess what? Yes, there is a Starbucks just near the station. So, we head there for our morning coffee.

Bristol is freezing cold this morning, so we stay in Starbucks for a while to warm up and catch up on social media. We also plot our course to the hotel not wanting to be outside for longer than necessary. Opening the door to exit Starbucks, we are greeted by the frigid wind. Luckily, we have now learnt to dress appropriately, but the parts still exposed to the elements do feel it. After we book into our hotel, we are happily surprised at what a lovely room we have. One bedroom, bathroom, full kitchen, lounge room and washing machine greets us.

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Premier Suites

Carolyn has found a great hotel here, which we will appreciate for the next four days. We put on a load of washing and head down to the local Tesco’s Express to stock up on some food items. Which will cover most of our meals while we are here.

Bristol Exploring

Now that we have completed the basic chores, we head out to explore Bristol. While the day is overcast, grey and cold it is not raining thankfully. First stop is just around the corner from our hotel St Mary Redcliffe Church. Having seen several churches from the outside we decide to venture in and to our surprise this one is free. We are greeted by a lovely lady and further on a gentleman.

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St Mary Cathedral

They both give us information about the church and its history, very informative and interesting. The structure itself was amazing, to think how they moved these huge stones into position is mind boggling. Below in the bowels of the church we find the Arc Café run by people getting their lives back on track. So, we decide to have lunch here and support these lovely folks. We both enjoyed our meals while supporting a good cause.

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Next we walk the streets of Bristol taking in the sights, sounds and smells. Walking over cobbled stone streets that are centuries old.

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The River

Gazing on buildings that date back hundreds of years. Also seeing the pub that is said to have inspired Robert Louis Stevenson to write of Admiral Benbow Inn, in Treasure Island called the Llandoger Trow.

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The Llandoger Trow

We also saw “The Nails” four bronze pedestals found on Corn Street outside the Corn Exchange building. These pedestals were used by merchants to negotiate deals.

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The Nail

When the deals were done, payment was made by placing cash on the pedestals. Hence the term “cash on the nail”. If you haven’t heard the term, join the queue we hadn’t either 😊. Moving on we pass by St Mary le Port Church and the ruins of St Peters church. Both overlook the waterway that meanders its way through Bristol.

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St Peters Church

Bristol Gets Wet

By now the sky has turned an ominous dark grey and we know the rain is about to come bucketing down. So, what do we do? Head for the Starbucks across the road 😊. We hope to wait the rain out, but to no avail. Hence, we don all our gear with our semi water resistant coats and start the walk back to our hotel. Needless to say, we got a tad wet 😊, but that just adds to the fun of our trip. The next day we have a day trip planned to Bath. We catch the train from Temple Meads station to Bath a journey of about twenty minutes costing us £16 return per person. Bath is a lovely English town steeped in history dating back to the Romans. Known for its hot springs and roman baths.

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Bath Baptist Church

Bath Awaits

Today with grey overcast skies, cold and rain certain we leave Bath train station and head for the city centre. We go via Bath Abbey, we see the outside of the Roman Baths, but we decided to save our money and not go in.

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Kingsmead Square Bath

We did however buy Cornish Pasties from the Cornish Bakery and they were delicious. After finishing our pasties, we wander along the city streets heading towards The Crescent a famous arced street and houses in Bath.

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Royal Crescent Bath

Setting up my tripod and camera I take some shots to enable a panoramic view when stitched together. However, its starts to rain so I must move under a tree to keep the camera from getting wet. Having taken enough pictures and the rain has diminished to a mere mist we turn and head back to the main centre of Bath.

We meander through the city window shopping and realise even on such a dreary old day there is still a lot of people out.

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Bath Street

They must be like us on holidays and taking whatever chance they have to see the sights. We reach the historic Pulteney Bridge built in 1774, lined with stores on both sides, it crosses the Avon River.

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Pulteneny Bridge

From the high side of the street we are able to see the Pulteney Weir and also the Parade Gardens.

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Pulteney Bridge & Weir

Light drizzle has started again so we decided to call it a day and head back to the train station. On our way we stop into a bakery and purchase two pastries which we will eat while waiting for the train. Waiting on the station for our train we feel the cold via the frigid wind that is blowing. Looking forward to getting into a warm train.

Bristol Bathed in Sunshine

As the saying goes “make hay while the sun shines” and that is exactly what we are doing today as it is a glorious day. Firstly, we head to Millenium Square where we find a large mirrored dome and take the obligatory photo.

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Millennium Square

Also, there is a statue of Cary Grant who was born in Bristol a fact I didn’t know. As it is still relatively early there are no coffee places are open and no Starbucks in sight ☹.

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Cary & Carolyn

However, undeterred we head for Brandon Hill to see Cabot Tower. The walk turned into a bit of a trek with stairs and hills but after several catch your breath stops, we make it to the top. Where we are rewarded with a lovely view of Bristol.

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Cabot Tower & Seat

The gardens are lovely, and lawns well kept. From here we head down to see the Bristol City Council building and Bristol Cathedral. The council building has been designed in arc configuration and is quite impressive. While the cathedral was lovely, we didn’t go inside.

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Bristol Cathedral

Continuing our exploration of Bristol, we walk through Queen Square and decide we need sustenance and after much deliberation chose Severnshed for lunch. While the food was OK it was expensive and it would have been better at Maccas lol.

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River from Bridge

By now we are tired from lots of walking we decide to head back to our hotel, do our laundry and start packing as tomorrow we head to Gloucester for our house sit with Cassie.

Bristol Conclusion

To summaries, our Bristol and Bath break has been very relaxing, we have very much enjoyed our time exploring what each city has to offer. So, even though the weather has been mostly overcast and rainy it hasn’t ruined our stay. We are now realising that we may have a few more rainy days whilst in the UK 😊. I would highly recommend a visit of both Bristol and Bath if you get the chance. Who would have guessed that we would get wet in Bath lol.

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Redcliffe Parade

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House Sitting Witley

House Sitting Witley

House Sitting Witley

Hedges stand high over the well-worn lane. Sunlight pushing through the tightly knit leaves. Behind, lays acres of rolling farmland covered by green fields tended by grazing animals. A far cry from the dusty parched sun burnt outback of our homeland Australia. Manoeuvring through the tight laneways and blind curves we head towards our next adventure, house sitting Witley.

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What will this new phase bring? Our house sit is positioned in the farmlands of Worcestershire near the hamlet of Little Witley. Approximately 15 kilometres north-west from Worcester. Our abode for the next three weeks is a converted barn, with modern amenities, an abundance of rural views and two lovely dogs. Graciously our homeowner Denise has invited us two days early so she can show us the routines of Ruby and Willow. Denise also to give us a tour of the local area and attractions.

House Sitting Witley Ruby and Willow

Ruby is a Bedlington Terrier with a loving nature, she adores people. Bonding with us straight away, which was really nice. She loves having her belly scratched and would give us a big hug every morning when we came down stairs.

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Ruby has a funny little ritual when it comes to eating her food. Taking her first three bites away from her plate to chew and then after the her third trip she would then eat the rest from her bowl. Living in a rural setting Ruby has plenty of space to explore, play and try catching the rats living under the trees. House sitting Witley also afforded us some wonderful walking locations. Shrawley Woods was a favourite for Ruby and Willow, allowing them to chase each other and have fun exploring the woods.

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Sometimes, Ruby would disappear for a while and we knew we could find her in our room at the window bathing in the warm sunlight. Likewise, Willow would more than likely be laying at the same window soaking up the warmth. Willow is a Whippet that is quite timid having been adopted by Denise. Like a lot of rescue dogs she was friendly, but still a little timid.

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However, after a few days she became a completely different dog. Willow loved being petted and was like a lap dog getting up on our laps as much as she could. When we would go on our walks, once she was off her lead she would run like the wind. Boy could she run, exploring the local fields and chasing the ball was her favourite past time. However both Ruby and Willow loved to sleep.

House Sitting Witley Sightseeing

House sitting Witley, gave us the opportunity to do some sightseeing. Denise graciously loaned us her car. Thus, we were able to take the dogs on some wonderful days out to explore the country side. One such trip was to Wales to see the Pontcysyllte Aqueduct in the town of Llangollen.

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Canal boats use the aqueduct to navigate across a wide valley. Both Ruby and Willow had a great time walking along the canal.

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We also visited Malvern twice, once we walked up Malvern Hill with lovely views of the surrounding country side. Albeit, the haze limited how far we could see. The second was for lunch at The Nag’s Head Pub with some friends. House sitting Witley was a wonderful time , spent with to wonderful dogs Ruby and Willow. Still miss my morning hugs with them.

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If you are interested in house sitting and not sure how to get started head over to our new “Mentorship Academy” and we will show you how.

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Booking.com is our go to tool for booking hotels. It always gives us a large variety of hotels at great rates. We also use Airbnb as a wonderful alternative for those places you may want to go and live with the locals.

Always Get Travel Insurance

Travel insurance is a must and this is speaking from experience. Comprehensive protection will protect you against illness, injury, theft, accidents and cancellations. Just in case something goes wrong, heaven forbid. We never travel without it, having used it several times over the years. World Nomads have years of experience and knowledge to look after all your travel needs.

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House Sitting Easingwold

House Sitting Easingwold

House Sitting Easingwold

As we navigate our way through the outskirts of York, the scenery morphs from suburbia to Yorkshire countryside. The houses replaced by rolling countryside dotted with grazing animals. The wind howls cutting through with icy abandonment. The likelihood of rain hovers as we arrive to begin house sitting Easingwold. Ahead lies a relatively short stay with a lovely old English chap named Eric. Whom will provide us company while Helen his owner relaxes in the Italian Alps. Easingwold is a quaint English village located 21 kilometres north of the city of York.

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Our Abode

While Easingwold is surrounded by modern homes the village centre is steeped in English history. The New Inn is not as the name would apply having been a coach stop in the 19th century. Filled with character and charm from times past.

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The New Inn

The Georgian town square is surrounded by cosy cafes, tasty eating venues and a sweet ice cream shop. But our favourite place was on the main street called Morning Coffee Afternoon Tea. But house sitting Easingwold was all about Eric, a Border Terrier. Eric was such a beautiful soul, his age was defined by his zest for life. While, he loved to stay snuggled up in the chair or on the floor near the gas fired heater, he found youthful energy when it came time for his walks.

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Eric Relaxing

Though the years had curbed the amount he was able to do. What he did, he did it with vigour. When it came time to relax, he loved his belly being scratched. Another fun little quirk was the stares he would give us, if only animals could talk and give us an insight to what they were thinking.

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Eric and his stare

House Sitting Easingwold was Relaxing

Overall, our time house sitting Easingwold was very chilled, we had time just to spend soaking up the atmosphere that is Easingwold. Coffees in our favourite Café, which Eric would head towards anytime we walk past the entrance.

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The Neighbourhood

Enjoying our strolls through the village and surrounding streets. Albeit, only a short stay we had an amazing time with Eric. House sitting Easingwold will be remembered with fondness and Great Coffee 😊!!!

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Easingwold Village Square

If you would like to venture into the world of house and pet sitting, but not sure how to get started. We have you covered, go to our “Mentorship Academy” and we will show you how. Everything you need to know to complete your first house sit. So, don’t wait, head there now and experience the lifestyle that is house and pet sitting.

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Always Get Travel Insurance

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House Sitting Oxford

House Sitting Oxford

House Sitting Oxford

Rugged up try and keep the cold from permeating the layers of our clothing. We sit, coffee in hand waiting for the next chapter to unfold. Wind blowing, we cast our eyes towards the tracks hoping our train will arrive soon so as to escape the chill on Worcester station. With Ruby and Willow still at the forefront of our thoughts we step onto the train as the warmth encompasses our bodies. Now the clickity-clack of the wheels reverberating through the train we turn our attention to house sitting Oxford. Ahead lies a short stay with Tara, Phoebe, some ducks and chooks. Located at the end of a gorgeous lane way sits a country cottage oozing with character. Behind the gates hides a lovely English garden albeit still in its winter coat. House sitting Oxford should be a cosy relaxing time spent with some lovely animals.

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House Sitting Oxford – Tara, Phoebe and the Domesticated Fowl

Tara is an older, deaf Lab but with an amazingly sweet nature. She loves to be hugged and reciprocates in kind. Though not as agile as she once was, she still has the gumption to run as though a puppy. The large rural backyard is her playground, which she explores with vigour. Come walk time you would think she was a puppy again, she just loves to get out into nature. However, when she is within the confines of the cottage she loves to curl up on her rug and sleep. Phoebe a black and white cat while not as visible as Tara, could be found curled up in her favourite spot above the stairs. Although, less social than Tara she did visit Carolyn’s lap for the occasional smooch and scratch. Come feeding time they both would make their presence known.

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House sitting Oxford also came with a new animal to care for ones we hadn’t sat with before. Ducks!!! As we would find out there was little difference between caring for ducks and chickens. Though not personal like Tara and Phoebe, they did have their own quirky nature. At times they would be curious of what I was up to on the outside of their pen. However, once I was inside the pen it was “run for the hills” 😊, as too the chooks. Having never grown up with chocks or ducks (although Carolyn did) a great perk was fresh eggs. What a difference in taste, fresh eggs have over store-bought eggs. Overall our first adventure with ducks was a positive experience.

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House Sitting Oxford Homeowners

Besides the array of animals that were in attendance, there were the lovely homeowners Jennie and Chris. They graciously picked us up from the hotel we were staying at. Welcomed us into their home with open arms and made us a very tasty cake 😊. Also, they gave us the grand tour and explained everything we needed to know for our stay. We had a lovely chat getting to know them before they had to leave on their well-earned break.

Overall, we had a wonderful time house sitting Oxford. While making new friends in Jennie and Chris but also spending amazing time with Tara, Phoebe, ducks and chickens. 

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Find Your Flights

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Always Get Travel Insurance

Travel insurance is a must and this is speaking from experience. Comprehensive protection will protect you against illness, injury, theft, accidents and cancellations. Just in case something goes wrong, heaven forbid. We never travel without it, having used it several times over the years. World Nomads have years of experience and knowledge to look after all your travel needs.

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Morning Coffee Afternoon Tea Review

Morning Coffee Afternoon Tea Review

Morning Coffee Afternnon Tea Review

For those that love morning coffee afternoon tea, we do too!!! Travelling around the world we have been fortunate to patronise many cafes, drinking lots of coffee.  In fact, cafes are probably the number one places we have frequented in our travels. On the whole, we haven’t discovered too many places where we have really enjoyed the coffee, till now. Overall, we have found the coffee has been bitter, too strong or weak or just doesn’t taste good. So, to our great surprise in a small village north of York UK, we have unearthed a perfect little café. Having now dropped in on this cafe twice in a week we can honestly say that it is the best café we have been too. So, what makes this café so great in our eyes you may ask?

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That’s a good question, which hopefully, I can shed some light on for you. Morning Coffee Afternoon Teacafé is situated in the lovely country village of Easingwold in Yorkshire. Entering the café, you get a sense of home radiating through the place. The aromas of freshly prepared food and coffee fill every nook of the café. We are greeted warmly by our host as we take a seat to peruse the menu. Having asked some questions about the menu, we order two caramel lattes and two egg and bacon rolls. Now, we relax in our big comfortable chairs and watch the world go by through the big windows. Before long we are presented with our caramel lattes, the coffee fragrance wafting upwards tantalizing our olfactory sensors. Followed closely by our egg and bacon rolls, that round off the bouquet of amazing food scents.

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The Holy Grail of Coffee

Raising the glass to my mouth I pick up the aromatic smell of the coffee blended with the sweet perfume of caramel. Taking that first sip, bliss fills my being. The smooth roasted coffee coupled with the sweet blend of caramel caress my taste buds. As the golden liquid descends to my core the thoughts of the next sip itch my mind. Coffee addicts know what I mean, right!!! 😊 The itch that can only be scratched by that next wonderful mouthful of coffee. Turning to the egg and bacon that sits between a soft white roll catches my eye. Albeit, I am taken away from my coffee I take the roll between my hands and take that first initial bite. Love envelops my taste buds, they are torn between roll or coffee. Hence, I have to share the love from coffee to roll and back.

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Ok, so I may be over dramatizing a little, but the fact is the coffee and the bacon and egg roll were delicious and worthy of a post. Also, the service was excellent the staff were very friendly and courteous. Our bill was £12 which we believe is brilliant compared to what we have paid at other cafes. The ambience was lovely and our overall experience was wonderful. We enjoyed it so much we have been back already and intend to go once more before we leave Easingwold. On our second visit, we had lattes again, also a BLT sandwich and Chicken and mayo sandwich. Both were lovely and this bill was only £11. If you ever visit Easingwold UK we highly recommend stopping in and having a bite to eat and a coffee. 5 stars from us 😊.

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Morning Coffee Afternoon Tea Details

Address: 97 Long St, Easingwold, York YO61 3HY
Phone: 07375 035333
Website: mc-at.co.uk

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Booking.com is our go to tool for booking hotels. It always gives us a large variety of hotels at great rates. We also use Airbnb as a wonderful alternative for those places you may want to go and live with the locals.

Always Get Travel Insurance

Travel insurance is a must and this is speaking from experience. Comprehensive protection will protect you against illness, injury, theft, accidents and cancellations. Just in case something goes wrong, heaven forbid. We never travel without it, having used it several times over the years. World Nomads have years of experience and knowledge to look after all your travel needs.

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Queens Fish and Chip Bar Droitwich

Queens Fish and Chip Bar Droitwich

Queens Fish and Chip Bar Droitwich UK

Coming to the UK we had been told about the amazing fish and chips that were available. Hence, we were eager to try some having been away from home for over three months. However, after numerous attempts, we started to believe finding a shop that sold great fish and chips in the UK may be just a myth. Eventually, we came across Queens Fish and Chip Bar in Droitwich Spa. Finally, we had found a shop that served great fish and chips.

Upon entering there was a line up to order which is always a good sign of decent food. We had decided to order fish and chips also some potatoes scollops and scampi. The guys that served us were very nice and had a joke with us. Even though it was busy it didn’t take too long for our order to come to our table. We were very surprised at the quality of the food and the portion size. The fish was very tasty, lovely batter and fish soft and flaky. The chips were cooked perfectly and tasty beautiful as were the potato scallops and scampi. We had actually ordered way too much food, we should have just ordered the fish and chips to share between the two of us.

Fish and Chips

As we ate we had a great conversation with the guys behind the counter about our travels and how good the food was. The price was not too bad, but if we hadn’t of over-ordered then it was a reasonably priced meal. That was my fault 😊 my eyes are bigger than my stomach (just, lol). We enjoyed it so much we came back for another meal, this time just ordering the fish and chips and sharing it.

I would highly recommend having a meal here if you are ever around the area, you won’t be disappointed. If we ever come back to Droitwich we will definitely stop in and get the fish and chips. Thanks, guys we really enjoyed the food and conversation. Below are their details.

Address:

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Booking.com is our go to tool for booking hotels. It always gives us a large variety of hotels at great rates. We also use Airbnb as a wonderful alternative for those places you may want to go and live with the locals.

Always Get Travel Insurance

Travel insurance is a must and this is speaking from experience. Comprehensive protection will protect you against illness, injury, theft, accidents and cancellations. Just in case something goes wrong, heaven forbid. We never travel without it, having used it several times over the years. World Nomads have years of experience and knowledge to look after all your travel needs.

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