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arriving before 9am and getting a great spot close by for the RV. We
walked a couple of minutes to Plymouth Rock which is a small boulder
measuring about 1.5m long by 1m wide. The rock the residents of the
Mayflower apparently stepped onto when they landed in USA. Mixed
stories about whether this is actually true.
Then along the waterfront to Mayflower
II, a replica of the boat which left Plymouth in England with ...
After a day of walking, we slept in. We awoke hearing gunfire. Lots of gunfire. Is the campground reenacting the revolution? No. There must be a shooting range nearby (I hope).
Today's we are touring Plymouth. The visitor's center was very helpful. They had several guides to determine what your interests were and who were very knowledgeable on all of the activities in the area.
Since it was ...
... was named Oceanus! The town itself is so creative in its design with colourful frontages and cobbled streets overlooking a busy harbour of speed and fishing boats. However, shopping is not something I am doing as what I buy I will have to carry many miles and this thought continually stops me purchasing anything! I then spent an hour sitting under a pier in the shade doing a watercolour and then it was time for home with an hours bus ride back to ...
... exaggeration) that 99% of the people here are gay and as a happily married heterosexual couple we are most definitely in the minority. Dave's barber was gay, as were the other customers in the salon. My hairdresser was a rather gorgeous Latino called Stacey who told me about his boyfriend. The other two guys in the salon were also camp. But everyone is very friendly and helpful and the whole place is very relaxed and laid back. It is rather unnerving looking in ...
We had a bit of a sleep-in and then headed into the foyer for breakfast. The owners had put on a lovely spread: fruit, cereals, jams, fresh yoghurt, home-made honey (they have their own hive!), home-made scones, fresh bagels, smoked salmon, cooked meat, cheeses, and a selection of teas and coffees from Wired Puppy! I was so impressed! Over breakfast we got talking to a lovely couple who live in Massachusetts and who I think must visit here ...