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... orange lilo. Managing to turn a crimson shade of red. Found out there was a shuttle that goes between the town and the beach every 30 minutes, the thought of walking back almost killed us. Keen for Fish and Chups, we found a great chippy just around the corner, set us back a few more dollars than we'd of liked. Walked up the pier to find a nice spot to eat them. On the way we met up with the jailbait girls who were waiting to go on a ...
... every possible point a rainbow flag was hung. Only same sex couples walked down the street. A sexual apartheid had happened prohibiting opposite sexes being couples. Found it very weird, quickly we walked up to our hostel to check in. Checking in we met one of our bunk mates, who told us a story that had happened to him a couple of nights back. He was woken up by two guys giving him a foot massage, he managed to fight ...
Okay so you can't go by Plymouth without stopping in to see where the first people stepped when arriving in the US off the Mayflower. Took some pictures of the replica of the Mayflower and also the Plymouth Rock Memorial... don't know if this was the actual rock or not but I touched it virtually in my pictures. We were on our way through to Cape Cod... nice little ...
... in Falmouth and when we used to live in the area before retirement. I loved hearing about the area from a native.
Once back at the campground, we set up the chairs and enjoyed some time relaxing before we grilled some burgers. It was nice to slow down and enjoy the cooler temperatures. As luck would have it, a bike trail that I had read about called the Sunset Bike Trail ran right along the edge of the campground. To try out the trail before ...
... as a Methodist Tent Camp and became a popular summer meeting ground with
the tents eventually being replaced by houses. Most of the houses are
narrow as they were built on the spots where the tents were pitched.
There are about 300 of these houses from the camp meeting days, but only
3 have been winterized.
Edgarton sits on the East of the island and is the gateway to
Chappaquiddick. It is mostly off limits to ...