Travel Blogs from Sidmouth
... to show me their catch. We moved on up the road to the lovely little village called West Lulworth which we had driven through yesterday. Finding a park was a problem again but we found a spot on the road eventually and we parked with two wheels on the footpath to make more room for cars to pass, however one of the locals came out and told us that was not allowed and we should park on the road as all the locals are happy to stop behind and wait until the road is clear. So we parked ...
... I had to keep stopping for a rest while pushing the bike. An Italian cyclist was also walking--he had a big trailer on the back of his road bike. We had a chat while pushing up the 1 1/2 miles to the top. The last few miles to Exemouth were hard but just about rideable, so I was happy to find the Ash Hotel on the harbour front. A hot bath soothed my aching legs and I was able to have a walk round the town to buy food for ...
I'll keep saying this until I go blue, but there is nothing quite like the beauty on our own doorstep.
Today I went with my auntie down to a little place called Seaton. I can't say its forgotten because the local know its there. Seems like everyone else is more intent on Looe or Newquay, so I'll go with it's semi-forgotten.
The beach is dog friendly and although not rolling yellow sandy dunes, it is made of reasonably soft crushed ...
... for a rudimentary trailer pulled by tractor to escort you to the farmhouse location. Met and shown to a yurt where we receive arrival beverages along with canapés, all good, we have to be in the barn house at a set time but are welcome to explore the close environs with another arrival drink and canapés. We are able to go into the room / kitchen where many of his program's have been shot, such a simple farm ...
... Close, Kim bemused. By this time getting on to ten bells, still light with plenty of activity, home to Eype. The lads stop off at the local for a nightcap. Never been in a pub before where every person has a dog, no joke. One has to step over and around them just to get a drink, at one end of the bar there is a large Alsatian sleeping on the bar, difficulty in coming to grips with this English thing. No problems for dogs to be in your accommodation as well, still when in England do as ...
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