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Travel Blogs from Minehead
... where she and Craig used
to live in Lacey Green before moving to York. We had googled it but
it was good to actually see it.
collected us for dinner with her parents, and her sister Christine
who had flown in from Switzerland that afternoon with her two year
old son Jasper – a bright, lively little fellow with an infectious
smile and laugh. Christine's husband Paul was to arrive the next
... and a magnificent building. The guide pointed out a connection to Ken Follet's Pillars of the Earth Book.
Out to dinner at a 13th century Welsh pub, a beautiful old building and a great meal. Looking forward to our last day and moving into the apartment in London, so we don't have to pack and unpack everyday.
... perhaps we shouldn’t go there! Discuss.
Tiny Culbone church at the end of the woods is a real pretty place, the country’s smallest complete church in a tiny combe. Then it was down to the Porlock marshes which are a real contrast and Bossington at the eastern edge of the marshland is a very attractive village before the climb up the side of Bossington Hill
Adrenalin’s still up.
The day seemed to fly by. It went much ...
... when I first walked this with Giuliana on our first holiday together. Another Romantic Interlude! I also seem to recall a call of nature suddenly being interrupted by a helicopter. We camped at Newberry Farm on that occasion and through Mick Goodall, a college flatmate who ran Galleon Gifts got involved in Carnival Week. That is to say, the drinking side of Carnival. The procession through the village is quite something and we had become "regulars" at the ...
... have only had a couple of short, sharp showers, a bit of drizzle and some mist over the whole run. Anyway, my cagoule remained on the whole way to Saunton, running along the very sandy bridle path behind Woolacombe beach and around Baggy Point. Woolacombe beach was as empty as it had been when we took the girls there on their first holiday aged 12months. They were the days when you could find some sand to sit on even when the sun was shining; and ...