Combe House Devon
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... off, and worth every penny and bit of discomfort to see.
I was on a bit of a downer after leaving Venice. It had been the high point of the whole trip and it was also the point where I turned Wym to the west and headed for home, so unsurprisingly the last few days ahead of me seemed like a bit of an anti-climax. The feeling didn't last for long, however, because I was soon back in the Mountains where I really like to be, especially after a month of elbowing in with ...
after a week long of 21st birthday celebrations, leaving dos and saying goodbye to loved ones..my journey finally begins! very emotional morning saying goodbye to mum and dad, brother and his girlfriend and my cousins..still trying to get over the fact that it's real! soo many different emotions!! excitement and nerves being the main ones! goodbye England! see you next ...
... but in no particular order I would say my favourite 5 moments were as follows:
1. GRAND OLE OPRY
Mel & I booked our tickets the beginning of January as soon as they went on sale as we had worked out we would be in Nashville on the Tues night & GRJ confirmed we would be there in time to attend. We had no idea of the line up but we just wanted to experience it & stay for the back stage tour. Ultimately we were not disappointed with the acts we saw, a ...
... at one point. I did quite enjoy it though!! I think I managed over an hours sleep. I then watched an interview with Joss Whedon.
Just got home & first thing mum did was made me a decent cuppa tea - thanks Mum!
Journey home was ok although I had a serious case of nodding dog at one point. Julie took a couple of diversions as the traffic was bad in a couple places. We called in Pizza Hut ...
... php I had a cup of tea while waiting for the bus and called Laura. I set my alarm as it was the last bus out of the moors.
Sunday- My last full day in Exeter. I had a full English breakfast with scrambled eggs at Patisserie Valerie. I took some more pics of the Cathedral and some of the poetry on the sidewalks surrounding the Cathedral yard. There was a cute young man with a Chocolate Lab. I asked the dog's name and I swear he said Bosco. It was ...