I often read the review site of TA to decide accommodation for my trip last year and it was very helpful. Now I’ve just known about this site of forum and I am thinking of getting some information which I had not been able to get in Japan before I made a trip. Although I do not know when I would be able to visit England, I would like to prepare for next time. If anyone would give me any information, I would appreciate it. I am not in a hurry.
My question is about Norfork Broad. Please forgive me my bad and long sentences.
I read an essay of having visit Norfork Broads written by Japanese woman who is one of Arthur Ransome fan. I was impressed by the scenery of the broad where she and her friend sailed a small motor-boat by themselves from Wroxham to Ranworth.
When I decided to make a trip last year, I eagerly wanted to go there and even enjoy sailing like her although I could not swim and had had only a little experience of rowing a boat. I consulted some guide books in Japanese about that district and I found that some books issued some 10years ago said about the area but books newly issued did not say any. I wondered if the area had changed because of some reasons such as environment problem and I gave up visiting.
1.Dose that area around the broads and the River Bure keep beautiful scenery of its nature as ever ?
2.Can tourists take a boat cruising between Wroxham and around Honning, either operating a small motor boat by oneself or taking a tour boat ? Do you think it is worth to take cruising along the Broads yet ?
3. Can you stay at Swan Inn on the river at night ? Is there any accommodation else on the river and what is the public transportation to get there ?
4.Are there footpaths to stroll along the river or around the accommodation? I do not think I would be able to take heavy walking because of my age.
5. I imagine that the area must be full of wildlife and good for young people’s outdoor activities. If so, it might be hard for senior people like me to enjoy cruising and strolling around the broads. What do you think?