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Travel Blogs from Ross-on-Wye
As I look into the next week I start thinking...
Greece will be the 4th country in the past two years that I've picked up and decided to move to for an extended period of time. It's only when I stop and think about it like this that I get nervous. Fear comes in many forms and inhibits us in many ways, fortunately or unfortunately for me, most of the time, fear only trembles me from ...
... to see Arlene's favourite butcher shop and pick up some nourishment.
Decided on the Skirrid Inn - walking distance from Rhe's ancestral home in Cwmyoy - again for supper as it's on our way back to the hotel and the food is good and inexpensive. Good day all around. Tomorrow, off to the National Library of Wales at Aberystwyth to "kick the bar" and do some research.
We still miss Maple. :)
Rhe and Joanne
... but it might have tasted better chilled! We got up close to a
few Dartmoor Ponies, which are free to roam the Park. Plymouth meant a
bit more to the Americans on our trip, as they got to stand on the
sight of the Mayflower steps, where Sir Walter Raleigh dispatched to
boats to settle the Americas.
No trip to south west of England
would be complete without reaching Lands End. It was a bit of an
anti-climax, as you can’t get to the ...
Staying in the grounds of a stately (small) home for three nights. Nice walking in the park but Treacle has to be on the lead, rather frustrating for her as the place is crawling with squirrels. I spent my time learning to use my new GPS system onto which I have downloaded all the Ordnance Survey maps of the UK. It took me ages to work out how to use it but I think I am ...
... which is very exciting, and I can't wait to get home so I can practise on it! We left for water zorbing and arrived at a very muddy farm near Kidderminster. We went through the two minute training session, and then we had to take off our coats and shoes and step into the giant balls, which inflated around us, until they were full of air and zipped up. It really was like being inside a hamster ball! It was a very strange feeling water out over the water, ...