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We were allowed a slight sleep in this morning and used the extra hour
to go for a walk around Exeter Cathedral which is just behind the hotel.
After this we drove down to Polperro , a small fishing village. More
tourist than fishing I suspect now. Very pretty town , picture postcard
stuff. Houses glued to the steep sides of the harbor. Time for a walk
around and some lunch. Beautiful bright blue skies and ...
... and travel. Dawn has a son in NZ and family in Canada so they plan to visit there too. We pay the bill and take our leave and put the postcode for the River Cottage Canteen in Bristol into the satnav. It's a couple of hours travel and we once more hurtle along the motor way. We reach the Canteen, park and easily get a table as it's not yet noon. It's a beautiful old building with plenty of seats. The school holidays are over so we didn't need to book a table. ...
... its population and economic status. But the medical centre staff are really helpful and we have an appointment with a nurse practitioner for later that morning, so we go wandering until the appointment time. Pete gets his ear syringed but with little success and the doctor who also looks at him recommends olive oil twice a day and a visit to our doctor when we return to Oz. We buy the requisite dropper and olive oil and decide to go to Bratton Clovelly and check out the ...
... We wander round and then around the other shops in the town. It is very quaint. We then take the road to Princeton across Dartmoor. Here the infamous Dartmoor Prison is - it is a large foreboding looking place which used to house really hardened criminals - originally built for French prisoners of war. Now it only houses the minor criminals and is due to close later as it is very old and I would imagine doesn't come up to modern standards. ...
... Abbey is amazing building with nearly 1,000 years of history behind it, looked inside the church & around it then had lunch.
Another drive in the countryside ended up in Ashburton a quaint country town its past prosperity is based on mining of Dartmoor tin & the woolen industry, established in 1285, the area is now largely agricultural based.
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