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... the formal and informal gardens which had been created.
We went back to the car for a change of footwear before heading off along the Cleveland Way south along the coast. This walk is very spectacular and has great views of the countryside, sea and coast line. These cliffs (Hunt Cliff) are some of the highest in Britain and we reached around 100 metres above sea level before descending into Skinningrove and onto Cattersty Beach for a sit on the rocks and ...
... park near the bridge. The clouds had rolled over by this time but the walk was at a very pleasant temperature. The walk was great with the main sound being the river as it fell over rocks and waterfalls.
We followed the river Wharfe and the Yorkshire Dales Way into Grassington and then on to Green Wood about a mile up river. We then cut onto the road and followed this back into Grassington and ...
... Neil Longhurst was a Jaffa. I knew he was swinging the ball away from me quite a bit so I knew I had to play straight and not hit across the line, anything that started on the stumps I could leave. The ball I edged started outside leg stump so I played it straight down the wicket. It swung more than I anticipated and just kissed out the outside edge and carried through to the keeper for 1. It didn't make me feel any better but he did say it was the ...
... very slowly
3 minutes doing goes very quickly
Birmingham guy, Kaya and myself adapt quickly to being told we are only allowed to use one hand each.
Birmingham guy, Kaya and myself get disappointed when told to swap all our supplies with the other team, but are able to make the best of it.
When we had to swap, we had some shortish sturdy legs and a long lightweight neck, they had long flimsy legs and a body. At the end of the task when they won because ...
... bars and came out by a tea shop that was highly recommended to us by our guide.
Inside Betty’s Tea house was a range of teas to put any I have seen to shame. As well as an assortment of chocolates and lollies. It had a café upstairs where we could go and enjoy a cup of tea.
One cup of tea later and we continued our walk around the Shambles. We went into a range of stores and viewed many market stalls and street artists. We entered a Coat of Arms ...