Cherry Orchard Aparthotel
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... feel better.
So my new plan is to go to the local farmer's market in the morning, go to our roast beef dinner at 12:30 lunch time, and then head to Tiverton to get a tour of the castle and look around Tiverton. We have started to avoid smaller roads if we can because they are so scary. Hopefully I will feel better by then.
I took some photos of the horrible day, the spiders and Michael's soup, which I will send later.
It is time for a nap.
... were low on fruit and veg so we headed into the next village over for supplies. It is a cool, blustery day and there was a lot of traffic in Braunton.
That was a good thing because since we were going so slowly, I saw a store I hadn't noticed before that sold fruit and veg. We had been shopping at the co-op, but they didn't have a large selection. This place was great. I was able to find broccoli, oranges, kiwi, blueberries, raspberries, ...
... also a doctor. It is quiet and absolutely beautiful. We met and chatted to a very nice British couple who frequent the garden, walked the entire area and then stopped for lunch. (over 11,000 steps in the garden alone today, Jim!)
We decided that since it was such a gorgeous day, we'd explore our town for the latter part of the day so we got home, parked the car and headed out. The beach was amazing with fairly high waves...surf's up, Candace! We ...
... other drivers pulling behind the parked cars and taking turns progressing down a street. It's ridiculous and if it were home, their cars would be ticketed and towed. That is exactly what should happen here. I have photos of that, too.
We had spaghetti for dinner tonight and sorry but I have another complaint. The pasta here is disgusting. Whole wheat pasta cannot be found, only white ...
... cat on the road. That was it for me. Sights like that make me cry so Michael and the GPS Lady were on their own.
Ilfracombe is a gorgeous seaside town, but extremely steep so there was lots of climbing involved. The problem is that Michael is still suffering the last of his cold and I'm afraid I have now started to feel a cold coming on. We did get a few shots of the town and I picked up a bit of its history. The church up on the rock was built in 1321 and was first ...