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... settling on the best one being from in an old rum barrell, so it has a hint of rum flavour. Very tasty. We wandered round the farm, checking out all the factory equipment and some farm animals - peacocks, chickens, fluffy goats, and some black pigs obsessed with licking the floor.
Moving on we headed to Tintagel, where we parked up and ...
... special experience to watch a play here. Carved into the stone of some of the seats are the names of the plays that have been performed here over the years. Pretty cool. There's also an awesome view of the cliffs and sandy cove from the cafe here.
With the sunset looming we continued West to catch it at Lands End. It had been a stunning day of clear blue skies and winter sun, so the sunset was well worth it. The sky lit up with beautiful ...
... still enjoys a long and protracted negotiation even while selling you a pocket handkerchief.
Despite all the hustle and bustle of Delhi and Mumbai, India is a country where time is no longer an enemy. Your driver will think nothing of waiting for a few hours. Our train from Varanasi to Agra which should have arrived at 7pm was six hours late, but our driver was still there patiently awaiting our arrival. The immense traffic jams of the cities which ...
Set off to get to our next destination and close another circle. John O'Groats to Land's End.
First went to The Lizard, the most southerly point in mainland England and less well known. Old life boat station from the 1800s and spectacular cliffs.
Then to Land's End, the most westerly point on the UK mainland, to close another circle. ...
... the coast. Many places were a trip down memory lane stopping at other beautiful small fishing villages such as Mullion, Cadgwith, Coverack, St Keverne and Helford and at the larger towns of Falmouth, St Michaels mount, Truro, St Austell and Fowley. By now the rain was coming down relentlessly. The final leg of the journey home was through Dartmoor National Park. Still the rain beat down making driving pretty hazardous and visibility was non existent. We may as well have taken ...