Old School Hotel
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... my target of £2000, which will go towards building better homes for people living in slums. I have also contributed a considerable amount of my own money to cover what I would call the holiday part of this trip. So if you see me sitting back and enjoying a beer or two then be sure that this was not due to your generous donation! My travel blog will begin on Friday when I arrive in Kathmandu. Wish me luck and I will keep you posted as often as wifi allows me. Until then wrap up out there!!! ...
PORTUGAL - SURF SURF AND GREAT PEOPLE!
My big trip has begun! Well actually it has been going on for almost 14 days already. Because of Portugal. But it felt kinda strange because I came back to home again. So i guess it was more a holiday to get in the mood for the big trip :-) But now I am really away and it just got to me that i won’t see most of my family and friends for 6,5 months…. But you gotta make sacrifices to enjoy to the max!
... town as this is where the tv show Doc Martin is filmed. So having worked out how to use the gps, we were following it until it started leading us down some very narrow, steep and winding roads. Once we finally got there it looked like you had to park at the top of the road and walk 1km down into the village. As we were running late and it was pouring with rain we decided to head off. Our next stop ...
... rain at 45 degrees at times. We watch the sea as TD reworks the schedule. In true pilgrim style we head off to St Ives with no likelihood of meeting the polygamist on the way. St Ives is a coastal town with a small harbour. It has been a fishing and coal mining town but now tourists and mistaken drivers grace the tiny one way streets just wide enough for a car to fit through. Good driving is needed on corners. This is now a refuge for artists and shops ...
... from being the only ones who get to enjoy the beach. We turn to return to Newquay via St. Michael's Mount. While I refrained from many jokes about the name of this place, it was a remarkable sight to see. It is an island about 200m by 100m off the coast about 300 metres. It is accessible on foot at low tide or by boat at other times. It was a place where pilgrims would journey to from Britain and embark on a voyage to France to continue ...