Fox and Hounds Country Hotel
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We left Westerleigh and travelled towards Ilfracombe. We could see Wells cathedral with its spires on the skyline, we walked into Wells but just collected some fruit for lunch and carried on. Our route took us across the northern edge of Exmoor and we could see the coastline below us. Continuing on we called in to Dunster. As we approached we could see the castle high ...
... and once finished the rest of the pasty, this would be thrown away so as the arsenic that they were working with wouldn't be digested. When the pasties arrived at the mine for lunch a cry of "oggie, oggie, oggie" would be sent down the mine to notify the miners.
Palpero is a small picturesque fishing village of Cornwall. The streets are so narrow, only local cars can use these them. The locally ...
... visa applicants have to go to the Moscow embassy to apply, even if they live 5000 miles away in Vladivostok. So now, I have to go to London to present myself in person. Fair enough. And then the Chinese visa. A little less onerous but still involves lots of financial outlay. So now it's just waiting until my new passport arrives and then trusting a Russian travel agency with hundreds of pounds for the vague promise of train ...
... through the Tamar Valley which really is a beautiful as I have seen so many times on shows on the TV , no disappointment at all.
I might have accidentally acquired a couple of extra passengers for the ride home lol.
The next day went for a beautiful walk along a river , the next day it was off to Wistmans Wood for a wander and Badgers Holt as well. We stopped at a pixie shop as well which was a bit of fun.
... did a round trip through Bodmin and Liskeard before heading back to Launceston, where we visited Launceston Castle. By this stage the weather had cleared considerably, and the views from the top of the castle made it certainly worth all the extra stairs that had to be climbed (and we did it twice as the first time we missed the flight of stairs that went right to the top). We got back to Dorset Farm at about 4:30, and had a rest before our second dinner at the Countryman ...