Kitley House Hotel
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- Non-smoking hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... in the afternoon for a few hours. We went to the memorial in Plymouth tonight at 7:30 and went to their new Kingdom Hall/assembly hall. So it is three halls side by side and you can open up the doors to make a big assembly hall, it's really cool. We are now having an after memorial snack and then will be off to bed. Tomorrow we head to Padstow to where we are meeting all of Abi's family at a holiday park near the ...
... I've added a picture). It was low tide when we went so I didn't get to go on the tractor but we walked across the sand and up the island and when you get to the other side it's all rocky and has awesome cliff faces which you wouldn't expect when you like at it from the other side. Ron went into photography mode and was taking pictures and we went for a walk along the edge. We saw this super old pub that has been continuously open since The 1300's ...
... a little back street/farmers lane that we could drive down and get pretty close to it and to take pictures, which was cool. Then we drove to Avebury to check out the stone circles there, these ones were free and you could actually walk up to and touch. But it started to rain and hail/sleet on us so we didn't stay for to long. It's weird cause basically every time it has rained it has started to hail on us! We saw heaps of thatched roofs ...
This is just an introductory post about my plans for travelling the world beginning on 17th February 2015 I will be spending the first year teaching English at a public school in Ulsan, South Korea. From there I hope to visit Japan briefly, then to Australia to work for a year, New Zealand to work for a year and then Canada to work for ...
... preserved one and we could climb all the way to the top. Not only did it provide some great views and pictures, we also got to see how a real lighthouse keeper would have lived. Definitely a major highlight for me.
From there we walked along the seawall (I'm not sure what it is actually called, but that is the best description I can come up with). The suprising thing was that, even though the wind was blowing, ...