The Imperial, Plymouth
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... in America. Next drove along back roads to Stoke and Newton Ferris both places little villages tucked away amongst the hills. Continued on to the pretty town of Modbury, through Kingsbridge and the very small village of Buckland Tout Sands ( photo of yellow thatched cottage). Continued to drive along coast road through Torness to Dartmouth a nice seaside town with so many yachts moored as do most of the villages. Took ferry across to Ringwood and on to Brixham where we spent the ...
... spotted us and we had loads of hugs and kisses.
In the evening we had supper in the Sal and met up with many more old friends. It was great and made us realize how lucky we are to have a home here.
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I joined mum and Richard for a family weekend at the home of William and Paula and the two boys, Oscar and Archie. We picnicked on Dartmoor, walked up one of the Taws, ambled along the river Torridge on Sunday afternoon, skimmed stones and sat in the autumn ...
... stars and stayed ashore for the night. The boys went back to the boat and talked politics over a glass of wine.
In the morning I had to get the fog horn out to awaken the girls from their slumber. Otherwise we would still be there!
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... night walk, that two day drive through the foothills and then the mountains of the Andes and our arrival into Cusco, and finally Machu Picchu! I have been fortunate enough to experience 50 countries and have had many adventures, but this drive of over 5000km from one side of the continent to almost the other in Tortuga has been amazing! We are now beginning our descent into Bristol and below me is the UK. I have a beer in front of me, so 'CHEERS!' to Team Tortuga, Rio to Cusco, Summer ...