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Yesterday was great. First we went to Stonehenge at the crack of dawn which was amazing. It was built in circles of different sizes. One of the questions is how did they get the stones there.
After that we went to Lomgleat. We saw: lemurs, penguins, tigers, lions, flamingos, rhinos, camels, deer, rays, gorillas (from a distance), wolves, snakes, spiders, zebras, rabbits, monkeys, cheetahs, red panda and bats. We also saw: the Longleat house (a lot ...
... cool) and a safari park. The safari park had: (in order)
•Wallabies (Which I don't think are normally in Safari Parks)
•Lemurs (SO CUTSIE)
•Monkeys (We didn't go into the monkey enclosure, they break bits of ...
After a lovely evening with Ben and Claire it was an early start on a cool, damp, morning. Cases packed and ready to go so its time to take the two greyhounds (Sheba and Flash) for a walk around the village. Back home and time for breakfast, followed by shower, last minute emails and checks plus loading cases (Lots) into a very small car. Popped in to say farewell to Helen, reminding her we will see her in a month when we return for a ...
... was amazing. I had the Sally Lunns Bun with Lemon Curd and clotted cream with tea, Guenther had chocolate cake with clotted cream and coffee. This stuff was delicious! Clotted cream was the consistency of butter and tasted like unsalted butter. Wonderful combination. Their tea is loose leaf tea and comes with a neat little strainer, to pour the tea through to your cup. Check out the pictures.
After this Guenther dropped me off here to write the blog and went to get ...
... restaurant, we returned to the mysteries of Stonehenge for the second time. This time beneath the stars. According to David this tour is always held on a New Moon “because when the Sun sets, the Moon is also below the horizon, ensuring that when you return to Stonehenge, the only lights in the sky are the stars. To see the night sky illuminated like a planetarium in ...