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... the winding little lanes of St Ives with hardly enough room for a car - he did a great job! We wandered around these little lanes to work off our fish and chips, then it started to rain so we headed home. Our GPS man William has taken us on a few interesting journeys including down country lanes with only enough room for one car! Our interesting village village names for today Cripplesease and ...
Rain shower early morning clearing to a sunny day 17c. Walked to the shops in St Mary-church and looked around. Then took the Cliff Railway to the bottom and watched the kids playing on the beach in the orange sand. Then back to the top. Visited Babbacome model village. Just fantastic, we spent a few hours here looking at this great ...
... all cheerful and helpful in every way. Their country of origin is irrelevant it is friendly faces we pay for and expect and that you get in spades.
All was quiet by midnight throughout the ship and soon I would be back in Courtmacsherry.
The last blog will be a quick best and worst of, that will be tomorrow Thursday before I get the thoughts together to compile my list. for now ...
Ah ma gawd! On the plane. Left Heathrow at 9.13pm. Sat next to Diane and Cesca nibbling our way through various snacks (harribo, mentos, lollipops and savoury corn masti) and various alcoholic beverages... (Diane: Whiskey and Coke, Tash: Vodka ...
Got up at 7.45am. It took me a moment to realise that I was about to embark on an amazing adventure; First Great Western passengers really do pull out all the stops to make the train ride as entertaining as possible... Said goodbye to my friend (Hi Renee), had a few photos at the station with the folks, then set off for a 5hr train journey. Arrived at Paddington boiling hot and hungry so grabbed a (rather yummy) yoghurt, banana and honey ...