Moorland Garden Hotel
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... P I got to take photos on Rons camera today!! He wanted me to take pictures of him and Abi together on the cliff top on a bench. So I got to use his super awesome camera and he even approved of the photo! He said I have graduated from his class, wooh oo!! :DDD Everywhere has these slate rock houses and walls that are made up of heaps and heaps of tiny thin rocks staked together. Each side of the country lanes has a slate rock wall then covered in a ...
... wasn't too much there but there was a few cool things and there was an artist there making really cool cards and magnets. We looked around there for a bit and walked along the river back to the car. We then headed back in the car and drove to Princetown and through the Dartmoor moor which looked very good in the mist with the ponies everywhere. It was absolutely miserable weather today, raining from when we woke ...
... We then drove to Dartmouth which is a little town/village on the mouth of the river and it was really nice there. On the way there the gps took us a really weird way and we got to go down these really steep narrow roads lined with old houses that were awesome and all of a sudden led us into the middle of the town. We walked around the town and along the waterfront and took some cool photos. Ron has been inspiring me to take some more ...
... 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 ...
... language and culture barrier in England. In Exeter particularily, people are not very open. You can't smile at someone on the street passing by, and in general you have to make an effort to start and keep a conversation going. They are very conservative. That being said once you get them talking you meet some very nice and genuine people.
There are also quite a few words and phrases that are very different in England. Simple ...