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As we left Plymouth is was another very hazy day but temps still godd at about 19. We took the scenic route along the coast whereever we could and got here about 1.
The hotel is a Georgian Style and we have a large room looking out at the beach across the road.
Ther were people everywhere along the beach and we soon learnt that on the …
... us into their homes and fed us and wanted to spend time with us.
We have had a great 192 days and would like to say thank you to all our family, friends and anyone else who has read the blog and for all the comments - they were much appreciated. We will see some of you very very soon.
The question now is - where do we go from here? For me (Val) right now its my hairdresser! !
Logging off from the UK
Val & Derek
Don't often go here, but when I do it is always refreshing. A mixed bag of people, most are friendly, others are just themselves.
Not many ringbinders and much better musicians than many a session. I am not into Irish music, as they can make a single tune last for an age. Irish songs, now they are much better.
and it was a full ...
Trusted the folk calendar but it was wrong, so a wasted trip (via a Tally Ho in the Ropemakers) to Eype and the New Inn.
So headed to Chickerell...oh my god how awful. Still Al got to sing.
Then trundled to Tom Browns to see Sedwell....a v busy and raucous ...
... we felt a small part of a big tourist machine. Koh Phangan was fun for a night out but horribly generic for much longer full of teens and tweens wanting to get wasted, Hua Hin was similar but for the middle aged and retirees. Ban Chiang was really impressive but Udon Thani itself itsn’t really a tourist destination. Chaing Mai was overcrowded with tourists and Chaing Rai was better but still busy.Laos was much calmer, Luang Prabang was beautiful and ...