White Hart Hotel
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... a working mill here and the lock keeper doubled up on his professional duties. Other claims to fame...the Prince of Wales passed through in 1886 on his way to Cliveden and Oscar Wilde was also spotted here one weekend. The path now leaves the road and I am sandwiched between the river bank and some very upmarket riverside residences. A few hardy rowers are out practicing their strokes on the river whilst some of the local residents are out walking their dogs. On ...
... full of locals. And it is true what they say, that you always eat where the locals eat. The meal was one of the best fish and chips I have had. I had a last cup of tea with Pam this morning and said goodbye to Cody and Casey before tackling the motorway again to return to London. I must be getting used to the mad English motorway driving because it was not as scary as two weeks ago. So, it's off to Toulouse tomorrow and a predicted temperature of 28 degrees! Summer at ...
Although our stay in Penzance was great, the only downside for me was our toilet and bathroom were across a small passage. They were solely for us and locked but I didn't like the idea of being caught in my pyjamas nicking across the hall. As it turned out this didn't happen. We have been spoilt up till now with en-suites. After another cooked breakfast we headed off to St Michael's Mount, only a 5 min drive away. This ...
... knickers, brand new of course.
Paul was working on the ship as a hypnotist and he also boarded at St Martin, we enjoyed his comedy stage show and the following evening we had drinks to discuss hypnotism. Nikki was fascinated by the subject, I don't believe in all that rubbish, however since the cruise I have downloaded the Birdie Song from iTunes, and have a craving for raw onions. Travelling alone on a ship full of 70 something's, Paul was glad of our company as we were of ...
Gosh, it is so pretty. What's not to like? Tropical islands, sunny (usually some every day but we were there at the start of the monsoon season), sea breezes, friendly people, lovely views, etc. etc. There certainly are some downsides which mainly is the cost to get there. And once there, things can be expensive, very, very expensive but you can do a lot of the islands on the cheaper end too.