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... long promenade, longer beach (yes SAND, not pebbles!) and a funicular railway to the cliff top. The sands were used in the 1920s as practice for land speed trials. Bracing winds seemed to be stopping the surfers but didn't stop us walking around and visiting the gardens but we were happy to get into the shelter of the pub! Just outside Saltburn, in the village of Upleatham, is a small church measuring 6x4 metres which the locals ...
... who quickly appraised the situation, began stuffing her face as quickly as possible with handfuls of chips and fish before she too was asked to leave. Which she was. However, she did make a mean looking chip sandwich to take with her! We last saw the man walking away in a crooked line to who knows where.
We are all still chuckling about the incident and our new favourite saying has to be “you want to take it ...
... us the chance to meet a couple of locals who were very friendly and welcoming to us Aussies visiting their village and gave us some tips on what else we should do in the area.
Ohh, and we also managed to do 4 quick, but fun, geocaches hidden around the town on our walk.
We are all thinking 5 nights will not be enough to do this area justice so we will have to try and do as much as we can over the next couple of ...
Another nice day. Very little planned, but it filled out the day in a relaxed kind of way. And it was a glorious day. Bright sunshine all day - a cool wind sometimes, but even an top of the hill, it wasn't blowing all the time. One of the best days so far.
Breakfast was confusing, though: last night the B&B host told us that there would be no breakfast because the cooker was out of order, but since we had some breakfast groceries with us from the self-catering part ...
... entrance until the bus pulled in across the street, so we didn't see any of the town. It's difficult to explore when you're lugging bags anyway. Next, the bus to Whitby was an hour through the countryside, through a lovely little town called Robin Hood's Bay, and skirting the edge of the Yorkshire moors. There was a very abrupt edge between farmland on one side and brown ... heather? furze? I don't know... scrubby ...
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