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... of Port Isaac. Planned to have a quick drink at the St Kew Inn on the way home after driving past this pub many times during the last few days - worked out well and had a yarn with the bar man over a cider and pale ale.h
Musical "Radio Times" was excellent. Set in London's blitz torn West End the cast tell us story of before and after a BBC live broadcast of Variety Bandwagon - a love story, comedy with great one liners, singing and dancing of the highest standard. Bery ...
... watm sunshine overlooking the harbour. Cheryl had a pleasant conversation with some older English ladies also on holidays - they recommended a visit to nearby Lamorna - so off we went pitting ourselves in the hands of the sat nav who we are convinced loves sending us along the narrowest and tightest roads and lanes on the map.
This trip ended up being another stressful 'blind' drive along the tight winding lanes until we arrived at a ...
... up a similarly narrow and steep hill until we inevitably came across some poor bugger wanting to go the other way. Thankfully he reversed uphill as I had another car behind me and we passed allowing us to escape. That was Polperro and we will leave them to it! Had we better light we might have tried again - walkkmg down into the village but that was beyond us at this late hour.
Dark 17.00) as we began to make our way home via Bodmin and Wadebrige. ...
... quality skype sessions with Trina, Matt and later Jenny.
Weather improved a little later in the day so about 14:00 we set off on a drive to some nearby villages. Surprised nearby Port Quin consisted of nothing but a steep twisting road down into a bay, a few houses and then a similarly steep climb, on now familiar narrow roads, back up to the flatter farming lands.
Have noted a number of wind farms in Cornwall - all with about a dozen ...
23) Dominican Republic
26) Northern Ireland.
It's now 26! That's 9 new countries in 11 months. I've been to 12 countries during 2012! That's quite impressive I think.
It means only 4 to go next year.
I am currently planning the Netherlands for the week before my 30th...I am loving this challenge.