Bay New Southlands Hotel
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... both it and the climb down and, more importantly, up which we were about to attempt. We took it slowly, stopping to take photos and sit and ponder along the way.
At the bottom of the cliff is the lower village. People can walk from there out onto the reefs and there were several family groups enjoying the sunshine. Looking back up we could see the huge retaining wall which protects the village from the sea. We then meandered back up the ...
... families and older couples were walking their dogs and enjoying the late afternoon sunshine. It had been a beautiful day, sunny and about 17 degrees. We had an icecream, blackcurrant and clotted cream, a local favourite.
We had tried to book in to a good looking Italian restaurant across from the pub but it was booked out for the next two nights. The owner recommended a new Tapas bar so we went there and though again it was booked out, the ...
It's 04.00 and I cannot sleep, I'm I still in Canada time, probably not !! Do I admit that nerves may be settling in. !!!.
Day 1 commences, it's rained all day, not a good start, really think I could do with a pack horse, found one but he looks in worse shape than me, it's 1800 and we are camping down for the night after covering 19 miles ...
... out at 6:30am so we broke the back of it before breakfast and then just fooled ourselves that we were only really walking the usual 20kms. The terrain was a mini version of the whole route which was a fitting end. Some road walking, a moor, boggy stretches, a forest, a cliff walk, past farms, grouse, pheasants, rabbits... Everything except the rain and we have been so lucky with that!
So we ...
We set out from our hotel high on Blakey Moor after another 'full English breakfast'. I had cornflakes, one can only eat so many slices of bacon it turns out.
We knew several people on the road today so our paths cross crossed as we traveled. It was nice to walk along and have a chat before each group gained ground and sped away.
We saw more of the moors today where quite a bit of controlled heather burning had taken place. This allows ...