Ivybridge Guest House
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Indoor pool
- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
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... different cultures or seeing different places, it all creates life skills that look attractive to both universities and employers, well you may as well have fun at the same time as trying to look good. <i><b>3: Challenge yourself</b></i> Climb a mountain, take the fall on a sky dive, whatever it is you will achieve things you'd never think possible. Who knows what boxes I'll tick, and feel ...
... after her wonderful children. (DECEMBER-MARCH) OZ/NEW ZEALAND: I will be departing The Middle East for Sydney, Australia for a month and experiencing controversially the best New Years' celebration in the world before beginning my tour of the East coast. Finishing in the Daintree rainforest, where I will fly on to New Zealand and explore the North and South Islands for a month or so. (MARCH-JUNE) SRI LANKA/INDONESIA: Late March I am headed to Sri Lanka for three weeks of ...
We stay the night in Tenby, a beautiful walled town on the south coast. What a lovely place. Because of the wall, the buildings inside are very close together with narrow streets and multi-colored buildings. Lots of bright pubs mixed with shops and homes; this is jewel compared to the many drab brown and grey towns and villages throughout the UK.
We pick the Tenby Hotel, smack bang in the middle of town. Just happens to be a rugby pub; with 11 TV screens throughout, and guess ...
... of fog over Wales this morning; maybe because of the Rugby result, though they are in the quarter finals. Also their national football team, although beaten by Bosnia 2-0, have made the European Cup for the first time in 58 years.
We just went through a place called Eglwyswrw !!!After a quick stop at Fishguard (not very Welsh), we head down the peninsular to ...
... the small
fishing harbour & the streets reminded us in many ways of Lymington with their mixture of architectures from the Tudor until the early Victorian era. It looked as if it would be well worth visiting again one day.
From there we returned to the cottage as the light was fading.
Saturday 10th October
Left the cottage for Brockenhurst via a more northerly route on our way for lunch with Dick’s cousin Wray in Staunton ...