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Travel Blogs from Milton Abbot
... allotment keeping him very busy and Rose is showing her age a close to 90.
Sharon has organised a family reunion dinner for Saturday night which will see a cast of thousands with all of John and Maureens kids and grand kids,not sure of numbers but it will be a crowd.
Today the weather vis a bit grey looking, but dry!!
Dave & Lona.
... not that I'm wanting it to fly by! As the coach pulled away leaving my family stood there waving, behind their sunglasses which were hiding the tears, it dawned on me. I'm off. I'm on my way to Asia. Alone. The excitement is slowly building and it's starting to feel real! This time tomorrow I'll be backpacking in the Middle East commencing this long awaited adventure! ...
... view of the castle ruins was sufficient. We set off back up the track, my walks around Georgetown have become a memorable doddle after trekking back up to Tintagel village. It was heart attack territory, nice of them to put in the occaisional park seat along the way, they were a blessing. I think we walked off ten Cornish Ppastys on that treck.
For those unaware Tintagel Castle is ...
... shack housed a broad cockney who took about 7 quid off us for admission, a further lengthy climb got us eventually to some scttered stones and the makings of a group of round houses which originally had very thick walls about 7 ft high, divided into "courtyards" and roofed round house dwellings. The courtyards were either work areas, gardens or for livestock. They were inhabited by friendly ...
Coming towards the end of the woods, and they are particularly stunning here, and entering Peppercombe I started sneezing severely. Serious, no joking. Auto suggestion? The rest of the afternoon was on lower, farmland edge cliffs, but with a few toughie ascents thrown in. It was hard going again. Got to dig in. Hitting that wall again.
This section up to Westward Ho! really seemed to drag on. Like hill walkers who see ...