Ulwell Cottage Caravan Park
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Lovely site, friendly staff! Good views, brilliant facilities
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Drove to Exeter, took Park and Ride bus to the city centre - so sensible. Another glorious sunny but chilly day. Everyone out busy Christmas shopping.
Looked at the beautiful cathedral, originally built in 1114 in Norman (Romanesque) style, then rebuilt in Decorated Gothic style between 1270 and 1350, with more beautifully carved Misericords, like in Limerick. The choir were rehearsing, an ...
We got an email today with a lot of information about the first couple weeks in Nepal.
Arrival date: 25th November, we'll be met at the airport by both of our team leaders. They'll have a nice big sign and it sounds very fancy, we'll have the rest of this day to settle in. This is also the time when we will be given our first 'allowance' ...
... drew the dog away. Unfortunately for mine and Dave's senses of humour, the dog was not called Churchill.
(For any non-British people who might be reading this, for a few years now there's been a series of humorous insurance adverts on TV involving a bulldog called Churchill [based on the historic figure of Winston Churchill, who epitomised the wartime 'British Bulldog' spirit], whose catchphrase is "Oh Yes!", said while nodding.)
After a lie-in our first stop of the day was in the little town of Fordingbridge, north of our campsite and on the boundary of the New Forest. We bought sandwiches, snacks and drinks at a Tesco Metro and wandered over to a riverside park to eat our lunch on the banks of the River Avon. To get there we crossed the medieval Great Bridge with its seven elegant arches; as we ate our lunch we had a great view of the same. Then we walked ...
... of a roundabout. One of these ponies took Dave by surprise by coming up behind him without him hearing it and sticking its nose next to his arm.
Not far from the stream, round a corner out of sight, I found something unexpected... a giant sand dune at the edge of some little bracken- and -tree-covered hills! Of course, having seen it I simply had to climb to the top and run down, so ...