It's amazing how the horses stand there all day with all those foreigners snapping photos and getting too close for my comfort!
This was the side of a contemporary building off Oxford Street, certainly impressed me.
This is the view from inside the pub with beer in hand - pretty amazing I think.
There was I just walking along minding my own business, when I was accosted by this fine bunch of Brits, promoting Barclays Bank. (I seem to have shrunk at least a foot or 12 imperial inches)
Here we are in the wheatfields of Yorkshire,and all over England there are public walkways through farm fields. As an ex New Zealand farmer, I'm amazed that the general public can and do walk all over the land, the farmers even have to provide the paths through the crops.
With the huge help of our Yorkshire friends Mike and Julie we tracked down a vehicle at the local Rover agents who had a sweet little trade-in, a Rover 214si 1995 with only 53,000 miles on the clock and very tidy, and off we headed to find the Lake District and Scotland. I can remember that Londoner's advice as I started my ill-fated bike ride in Tooting Bec way back in May this year Go west young Man". Now we headed North, to wonder what will we find!
Blog #8 is already in the pipe line so stand back, I'm clearing a road blockage!
Cheers, Ciao, Hoots Mon....och aye!