Ashford International Hotel
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... past the stables converted into guest bedrooms, to the children's play area inncluding a large hedge maze. We decided to make it a race to the centre whioch Amy claims to have won by making it to the centre and bak out through the grotto and tunnels to the start, but no-one saw her in the centre platform. Friendly arguments ensued but all agreed that the maze was fun. Keely went through again while Tristan bought us all hot chocolates. And then we walked back through the gardens ...
Thursday 18th September Another hazy start to the day. Had a quiet early morning then set off north to meet my friend at the little village of West Hoathly, about 40 minutes drive away. Passed through some lovely woodland and just past a roadside indicating to watch out for deer, there was another sign saying there has been 176 deer strikes so far this year. Never seen a sign like that before, but still didn't see any deer. We had lunch at The Cat Inn pub, a mainly 16th ...
... to a variety of birds including the Kingfisher, Bittern, Blackcap & Green Sandpiper. You may also see red foxes, rabbits & stoats! The habitats at Bedfont Lakes also attract many species of butterflies from spring through to autumn. 25 species of butterfly have been recorded including Brimstone, Red Admiral, Clouded Yellow, Peacock, Speckled Wood, and Essex Skipper.
Secondly the course is my ideal terrain. Predominately ...
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We saw two examples of the sort of low life that live in this, and every other, country. In the dining room there are two decorative containers with stoppers. Something like port decanters which were made of metal. Some person had stolen one of the stoppers, which really are irreplaceable, and the Nat Trust is trying to find someone who can replicate it from the one ...
... very watery fate. In retrospect continuing on might not have been such a smart idea, but it was really, really fun. What’s life without a little bit of danger?
The second part of the hike took me through a British National Park where horses grazed along the pathways. You could literally walk up to them and touch them, and they were extremely docile. As I continued along the trail I found a small dip in the side of the cliff that forms a pasture for the horses. Craving ...