Lindisfarne

The World according to Dina

Do you know the Holy Island of Lindisfarne?
It’s a tidal island about 3 miles off the coast of Northumberland and only a few miles from the Scottish border. You can reach this idyllic place by a causeway at low water only.

Sagt euch Holy Island of Lindisfarne etwas?
Das ist eine Gezeiteninsel 5 km vor der Küste Northumberlands, die nur bei Ebbe über eine sonst überflutete Straße erreicht werden kann.

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Holy Island was rather our Desaster Island than Treasure Island, as Siri put it. Not that our dear Volvo got drowned in the North Sea – Selma studied the tidetable meticulously – but we were forced into the lifestyle of monks at the first evening. You don’t get anything to bite if you haven’t ordered a table. So we had to fast, well, fortunately not, because we had some dried cranberries we ate to a pint of bitter…

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About starrywazzoh

I'm a birder in Western Europe (UK, France & Spain) and Central Asia, with occasional visits elsewhere. Birding is my principal hobby and I dedicate as much time around work and other commitments.
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2 Responses to Lindisfarne

  1. Dina says:

    Thank you very much for reblogging our work, it’s highly appreciated!
    have a lovely Sunday,
    Dina

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  2. Klausbernd says:

    I say THANK YOU as well.
    Enjoy the Sunday
    the Fab Four of Cley

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