Churston Court Hotel
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- Non-smoking rooms
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
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... It was the consistency of warm butter, but sweet. The more jam you spread on top, the better. Some people chose to eat the halves separately and some fold the halves together to eat like a sandwich. All we were missing was tea. Our feet are getting sore. I'm seriously considering paying for a professional massage when I arrive home in the ...
... the main goal back in October. I'm just an emotional person who likes to reflect on the intensity of the "little things" so today was a big deal. There is a lot of new vocabulary to learn. For example, a "torch" is a flashlight and "have a go" means "just try your best". I'll try to post one new word a day. Tomorrow I will be observing the full day as the thirty students in my class engage in positive learning. ...
... and only the walls remain. It's now the center of a traffic roundabout and stands as a reminder. More famously, Plymouth is the site the Pilgrims we remember on Thanksgiving set sail on the Mayflower from. James took us down to the water front, and what a view! There is a swimming pool, a park, fishing, shops, and just relaxing. I believe this weekend we will be visiting the Mayflower Museum. I am proud to say too that I am the only one in my group to ...
Well, after 60 mile an hour winds last night and torrential rain, it looks as if the weather may ease sufficiently to give us a window for departure.
So we should start Wednesday at 7am and will head for Ushant and across the Bay of Biscay towards the north west cape of Spain, cap finisterre where there is always at least a gale blowing!
... 25 minutes, vying for position on the bow of the boat. What a magical sight.
The wind continued to increase and true to form, the skipper was a little slow to reef! We were all pleased to arrive in Salcombe at 2100 and we picked up a buoy for the night.
Another even earlier start to get the tide and we tacked with a reefed main and jib (!) to Plymouth.
It seems that the start of the rally will be delayed until Wednesday morning because of gales in the Bay ...