Ingleside Hotel

Address: off Lee Road, Lynton, Exmoor National Park, Devon, England, EX35 6HW, United Kingdom | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located on off Lee Road, Lynton, is near Watersmeet House, Lynton & Barnstaple Railway, Lyn & Exmoor Museum, and Parracombe.
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      Reflection

      A travel blog entry by philji on Dec 22, 2014

      Well just under a week to go and time for a little reflection. What makes this place special? It is crowded, noisy and full of scenes of great suffering at times.... but it is also full of a sense of community, people coming together and laughing and crying together, it is full of a sense of freedom where people can come and practice a spiritual path and ...

      Weekenders

      A travel blog entry by philji on Dec 22, 2014

      ... as we all got ready to enter Rinpoche's room one woman rushes to the front and says to Chime( Rinpoche's attendant), I have to go in first I have a big problem.... Chime relied Madam we all have big problems get in the queue!!!! As we each came to Rinpoche he spoke softly and lovingly to each of us. He told Jess and myself to " take care of Gomde( his centre in UK), they need you. ( Whatever that means????)) he then blessed my mala( beads) and touched our heads with the ancient ...

      First weekend in Swansea

      A travel blog entry by mandyhebert on Dec 22, 2014

      ... d get home. Even mcdonalds is different. The mayonnaise is tangy... I'll be glad to stop eating fast food though. It's making me sick. The slang here is hilarious. In Swansea they all say "Hiya" for hello. What's really screwy though is the fact that their equivalent to "how are you" or "what's up/how's it going," is either "you okay?/ you alright?" I've only just learned how to answer this lol. Back home I would say, of course do I not look alright? Like ...

      London - Swansea

      A travel blog entry by mandyhebert on Dec 19, 2014

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      ... saving grace to be honest; probably wouldn't have been allowed through the UK border without that little tidbit of information. Between all the welsh and a good eight hours of solid French on the way to London, I am SO confused as to what language I should be speaking. The horror also dawned on me whilst in Chicago that I needed a hotel in Swansea and needed to reschedule my hostel stay in London; I also had no sweet clue how to actually get ...

      On and on

      A travel blog entry by philji on Dec 19, 2014

      ... obliged, a woman I presume to be his wife sat down with us and showed us her baby. The woman spoke excellent English and we just chatted. An elderly Tibetan woman asked if she was selling us the baby as by now the baby was on Jess's lap!!!! The woman laughed and said " yes 100,000 rupees" we all laughed. I asked this woman who seemed very streetwise what was going on with the beggarwomen on the street who come up to you and say please give milk no money only ...