St. Johns Guest House
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... of the assistants and monsters, and of course Daleks. When we finally managed to extract Jo-Ann and Tristan from the inevitable shop, we discovered that it was raining for the walk back to the car. Ian offered to walk back, as he had his wet weather gear in his backpack, while the others went to Subway for lunch.
From Cardiff we drove to Bath to pick up Jo-Ann;s credit card she had left in a store previously. We dropped her off near the Abbey ...
I feel a bit like a small child who is sulking because she can't have what she wants. I want to be on my way to Spain but I am now marking time in Dorset whilst I wait to arrange an appointment with the motorhome garage to get my leak sorted out. Because I don't really want to be here I am struggling to get pleasure out of my normal activities.
I arrived at Bagwell Farm on Dec 27th, and when I originally booked this site before Christmas I ...
After trying to remember everything we need for the next - 3 months, there are a couple of hours left to enjoy the Bournemouth Xmas scene. A glug of Gluhwein and the lights & Christmas village are fun. We wonder what Christmas in Arizona will be like. Do they light up the huge Saguaro Cacti? Will the tree decorations be sparkly tarantulas? We will know very ...
... The beautiful ceiling is the longest continuous medieval vaulted stone ceiling in the world, 96 metres long. Lovely stained glass and lots of light, unlike many Gothic cathedrals.
Looked at the castle walls, all that remains of the original Rougemont castle built in 1068, (the buildings inside being newer, late 1800s-1905) and then its gardens and moat.
Then John tried to do a tour ...
... was very strong and at times we had to brace with our walking poles to keep standing. It was a good thing that the wind was blowing onshore with the distance between the fence and the cliff edge being as little as 2-3 metres in some places. We finally arrived at Durdle Dor where the crowds were large. After the obligatory photos, it was uphill again and then downhill over ...