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We arrived at our Southampton hotel a lot earlier than we had done for the Britannia cruise at Easter. We called at IKEA to buy a mascot for our cruise before returning to the hotel for our evening meal. We had an early night ready to embark Ventura on ...
... it. Over the years they have taught people who have since been involved in life threatening situations and thanks to the skills they were taught, they were able to act and save lives. I don't want to think about what could have happened if emergency first aid wasn't available. When the email came out to say the trip was running again in October 2015, I applied straightaway. We had to meet the costs of getting there and this was £1100. I simply ...
We had a more leisurely morning in our pod before setting off. We drove to Clovelly where we parked up and a random cat jumped into the car and curled up. He wasn't keen on leaving. We then took the steep walk down to Clovelly - a roadless tiny village situated on a cliffside. Outside most houses there were little sleds ...
... of the water is sourced from the rivers and returned to the sea. We bought pasties and a bottle of wine for dinner and moved on. Fortunately it appears that the clutch as forgiven us so off we went, up another incline and back to a main road. Next stop was Clovelly, a 16 century privately owned fishing village. The village has been owned by only 2 families since the time of Richard the 1st. The last-before-this owner decided to refurbish the village ...
... down the rocks and then riding a small rapids. They were having a great time and I would have liked to join them. If we come back, I would look into the tour options that drop a group at the beginning of a four hour falls walk and pick the group up at the end. Sounds like a Tory trip! Driving through Brecon Beacons Park, we were wowed by the scenery. We saw a group of Welsh ponies grazing above the tree line and, of course, lots ...