Dorchester Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Bye bye everyone, hasta la proxima! But before that, mummy has drained the car battery! So we're waiting for Doug to bring the jump leads as ours are locked in the van and we don't have the keys... Sigh, well it is officially our first bit Of adventure. Come on Doug! We re now ...
... here at Reebok Crossfit Velocity in Fforestfach (that's welsh, by the way). The wod was pretty sweet, although I feel like a fat 12 year old boy after traveling Europe and eating whatever the hell I've wanted for the past 6 weeks - plus, exams before that!? You can train as hard as you want, but you can't out train a bad diet. I had such little energy haha, too many french pastries I presume. It's time to get back on track. After crossfit, I took ...
... got talking about science among many other things we seemed to have in common. I ended up staying for a while and later his friends came to join him who also worked at the dragon. Around midnight, I was still there (keep in mind how tired and jet lagged I was); they then asked me to come out to Wind Street with them, which is infamous (basically, it's just a street with many bars). I thought about it for a while and figured why not! I may as well be introduced ...
... get use to all these accents - as much as i have always LOVED English/Welsh accents, its kind of screwing me up that everybody talks very differently than I do. I never thought I would be this way, but if I were to run into another Canadian right now I would be the happiest person alive. What is wrong with me?! Oh thats right, sleep deprivation. I'm so so excited for tonight; Hayley, my neighbor in Canada's niece (confusing i know, do you follow?) ...
We bid a fond farewell to Penzance and the lovely June and Stuart who gave us such a warm welcome at the Ashton Guesthouse and wended our way north to Ilfracombe. What can I say about Ilfracombe - the drive there was misty, drizzly and very grey and the town didn't seem much better - I would describe it as the holiday town for those in God's waiting room. I don't think we saw anyone under the age of 60 unless they ...