Travel Blogs from Abbotsbury
... took her awhile to notice I wasn't with her!!! Soooo much funnier because two guys walking their dog Jasper saw the whole thing and took the mickey.
... to Tipton St John for a stroll along the banks of the River Otter. There's supposed to be wild beavers here, but we didn't see them (or any otters neither). Did meet a lovely older lady dog called Lola - she seemed pretty keen, but it didn't last ....I guess holiday romances are always brief.
Managed to sneek in a couple of good paddles in the shallows. There were lots of sheep with lambs (and a couple of really big ones) but I ignored them all.
... place to rest my drooly jaws on the back seat ;-)
We went to East Hill - not far away, and a nice mix of woodland and open heath. Corri & Grant thought they'd take the driest path, but LOL ... it was super muddy and I found lots of puddles to run through. I was pretty dirty when we got home!
All in all, not a bad day - I think East Devon is ok (but not as good as home ... old people are a bit boring!!!)
... Had a stroll around the garden, just checking ma yard and watering a few plants.
Walked out with Grant & Corri to the village shop - lots of interesting new smells to checkout on the road, but didn't meet any dogs. Played it nice with Grant while Corri went shopping... she bought sausages, which smelt lovely. Walked back to their house and played with my green football and Grant for a ...
... and 1 shack.
We have slept in bunk beds, trains, two-foot wide beds, single beds, double beds, kingsize, super duper kingsize and even a circular bed and of course some "you wouldn't want to sleep in" beds
We have learned how to say good morning and thank you in a few different languages and of course "OCO" (oi choi oi) which is Vietnamese for OMG.
We have been bitten by all kinds of insects, soaked to the skin, burnt ...
Other places to stay in Abbotsbury
Beach Road, Abbotsbury | Hotelfrom $70