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Travel Blogs from Exmoor
washing was still damp but we hauled it in and draped in on clothes
horses etc before bed in case of rain or night dew. Another great
Thursday the 19th of
September – Any damp washing
was finished off in the dryer, breakfast done, train sorted to meet
up with Ali, bags packed and LUNCH. Jeremy had ordered a crab and it
was huge – this is what we had for lunch along ...
... Old Elizabethen Hotel, now rechristened The Pier, Great hotel/restaurant at the end of Westward Ho! overlooking the ocean, Bit like Surf House at Merewether only bigger with grey overcast outlook and no dolphins. Owen currently works there as a waiter and Stephanie has worked there in the past.
Couple of days ago we caught up with Lona's Aunt Rose and her brother John. John ...
This morning we took the cliff path down to the town of Lynmouth which just below Lynton. We spent an hour walking around and absorbing this beautiful place with its lovely sea coastline and streams running down to the waters edge. We took the water powered cliff railway back up to Lynton after spending about an hour walking around Lynmouth. Lynton over looks the sea and the small village of Lynmouth. Both towns are small and ...
... coast path over 700’ cliffs to Minehead. Great scenery all the way, only spoilt by Wales in the distance but at least it looks as if it were raining over there now.
The first climb out of Lynmouth is arduous and gets the heart pumping, but knowing it was the last day was a real treat. Bring it on. There were some great views back to the village and Lynton. Then in the woods there were long downhill sections that just seemed to go on forever, ...
... blue from the direction of Lee Abbey. No village for 15miles to the east, and suddenly here comes this policeman strolling along the path!
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As I was descending into Lynmouth a northern couple, or rather the man, asked about my t-shirt and if I was in training. “No I am actually doing it ...”
“I ran the Newquay half marathon yesterday with a mate. It was really tough, hilly. Ever run a proper marathon?” ...