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... of the Coast of Cornwall. Extra lane on the suspension bridge is called the "Nippon clippon" Docked at Cornwall jetty of Saltash. ( short man with the tall hat- where he hid his maps) Cornwall is very hilly, fields divided by hedge fences. Looe for lunch: A Cornish fishing town with a rapidly flowing River due to tidal change. In one and a half hours the boats had all been "beached." Had a ...
... since, once you reach the top, there are lovely views over Devon to the east and Exmoor to the north west. But the climb is a stiff one and nearly a mile long.
l'm quicker today than I was last week with Martha in the buggy and so I decide to walk on through the village of Stoke Cannon towards Crediton and then loop back along the Exe towards Exeter. I pass a lovely little pub selling real ale but I don't have a penny on ...
... even Craig Finn couldn't manage it and he's a rockstar (kinda). Sian and Dave arrived, and immediately Sian was all "you're coming to Homecoming"... what can I say, persuasive that one. Before I'd realised it I'd bought tickets using a very dodgy wifi connection, was a bit more drunk and we were rushing to get to the show.
A great night ensued, ending in an awesome cover of (Don't Go Back To) Rockville, originally by REM ...
... valuable Spanish paintings. High Class in Glasgow is fairly easy to find, as the city is so old, everything has a feeling of old-fashioned class and happiness about it, as opposed to the temporary "built specifically to host events" places that are common in the US. The reception was held downstairs in what was once the servants quarters, with the kitchen being used for food and the scullery for dancing.
After the ceremony, I ...
... the bar in front of them.
We passed a dozen or so grey seals basking on the rocks, I was going to say in the sun, but it was cloudy. They looked so cumbersome when they waddled across the rocks. Yet so graceful in the water. Donald pointed out Calum (the name has been changed to protect his identity), a certain seal who is always sitting on a particular rock (or so the story goes). Next stop was an orange buoy bobbing in the water near the shore. Donald pulled up a ...