Great Western Hotel
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- Non-smoking hotel
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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Very unusual for me but I've developed a blister on one of my toes. I pierced and treated it this morning and it feels fine now. It reminds me of how brave Cate was in 2000 when she and I walked across England. Cate developed terrible blisters (for vanity reasons, her boots were too small!) plus she had a plaster cast on her arm from being attacked …
... also saw these cool little birds called Roal Roal Partridges that were colourful and busy. We spent over and hour in this sphere just because it was so cool.
After an amazing day, we drove to the surf town of Newquay, watched the Rugby semi-final – damn Kiwis – and had a pretty ****** sleep in a gross Belushi’s dorm.
The two gardens over the last two days were bloody beautiful and we are relishing autumn in the SW of England.
Ciao for now. ...
... hedge fences and rolling countryside, and quite a few rivers to cross along the way, spilling onto the Atlantic at Portsmouth, Exmouth, Plymouth and Dartmouth among others.
Cornwall has its own language; a Gaelic tongue, but not Irish, Welsh or Scottish. Can't wait to try a proper Cornish Pasty.
We pass through Looe, Catchfrench, ...
A bit of a blah day but only because I suffered from heart burn half the night and was a bit washed out in the morning. A day to do the washing and pack our bags. We still managed to fit in a bike ride up to Silbyback Lake and back to blow out the cobwebs. It's about an hours ride and the wind went right through you. It was very pretty but so cold. Kerry did the honours and cooked dinner for everyone ...
... in town. The day far surpassed yesterday and it was pleasant enough to buy some pasties and sit on the sea wall to munch them. Brownie was about to take his last bite when a very large seagull swooped down and stole his food and we had just been discussing this when it became reality. He managed to get most of it. Saint Ives is really lovely and the streets have a lot of charm. We ...