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... after some ribs for me and potato skins for Deb, were on the plane which leave pretty much on time, waiting for drinks was a bit like waiting for a bus but inevitably after an hour, two turn up at once, happy holidays. Later that same night...... Not sure what's going on, looks like the chosen few got fed, but we weren't part of that elitist group, ah well, looks like the one AM drinks are on there way, Ooh, and there's food too, and as good as it gets for airline ...
... was quick, the luggage waiting for us (very impressive) and we just straight onto the Heathrow Express. This got us nicely into paddington to connect with the 1806 so we were back in Home by 2130 tired but glad we had made that train as the next we 2 hours later.
All in all a fantastic holiday which went like clockwork and we both enjoyed every second. Thanks for everyone who commented, we read them with great interest and the odd laff.
... enough for one to feel what it may have been like to live here.
Back to our home base and ales at the Blue Peter (really this is the best pub in the village). Followed by our cook’s specialty – extravagant steamed veggies on a bed of basmati rice cooked in robust chicken stock, with a light drizzle of extra virgin olive oil.
October 11 Thursday – Polperro, Fowey
We took a chance going to Fowey. Not much information ...
... under the strict control of The Verger, the bar bill was kept below the national debt (just!).
Richard, still the Golf Pro, greeted us like the prodigal golfers we now are and even took the trouble to come to wave us off home. The golf course, while Mickey Mouse to purists, still offered holes which were near impossible to par let alone birdie, but also the road holes which allowed those who could hit a straight ball (not many of those with us) to score. And ...
Friday 28th September
Journey's end for me, arrived about 2pm after being mete at the Airport by my wife and Marion a friend who drove the car as my wife don't drive any further than Exeter.
It was a short and expensive trip to the South of France but enjoyable and one of those things you have to put down to experience.