25 Aug 2012


How far do you must travel out the city to reach country side? When I had been in Korea on the train to Daegu for the first time I though that this must be still Seoul even so we reached soon Daejeon half across the nation already. Whereas here in Newcastle upon Tyne either get on the bus or train and in within 10minutes you are out and about somewhere in the countryside. 

I mostly do not understand why Wylam is not on the tour guide book listed, maybe its also ok for me so it stays calm and quiet rather hundreds of travellers in a small village. Other people may pass the village to fast with there cycle without knowing they just gone through Wylam as the cycle track is laid out to run outside the village, like a busy car road which is build outside the towns (bypass). The main two attractions on visit is the George Stephenson Birth house and the old railway bridge. Inside the villages there is a few coffee houses and Pubs to relax before continuing the journey onwards towards the West coast or East cost (depending from which side you came). 

It is surely a great day out by bike from Newcastle upon Tyne if you follow the cycle track 72 towards Hexham.

3 Aug 2012


The journey is over for now for a little while. As I returned back into the UK and had collected many valuable experience on the way from Korea and Poland. Now is the Olympics on in London, I followed a few sportsmen across the globe to the World Championships IAAF in Dageu, UEFA Euro Cup in Poland/Ukraine and now Olympia London 2012. I am gonna say to them "Hello again".

I am sorry that I did not continue on posting regards the experience in Poland, please therefore take a look on StudyInKrakow where there is also a few post of myself regarding the experience in Poland. It was surely much different as Korea, but also different as expected. It is well worth to spend some time there and may to choose part of exchange studies.

Please do still keep a watch out here in September for a few posts regards UK travels.