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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
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... and give Ron and Abi some time together alone. The rocks on the far side were these slate rocks that are super thin like tiles. They were stacked everywhere and layered on top of each other all along the beach to create a cliff. It looks like tiler has stacked them all up, it's so weird that it's manmade. I got a cool photo of them that I've attached and also an abstract one that shows patterns which Ron was happy about because that was part of ...
Today we went for breakfast at a different Aunty Janes house who they all used to know in PNG and is like Rons second mum. She made us this huge cooked breakfast and invited Margaret to come with us as well. I'm getting so confused with all the people I'm meeting and who is actually related to who... Ron and Abi know everyone... After breakfast and a chat there we headed to Tavistock to go to to the Tavistock ...
... It has some really old buildings and houses that are now tilted because they are so old. The english countryside is really beautiful and so nice to drive around in. I love the little country lanes you use to get everywhere. They are so narrow and are lined with hedges and bushes on either side so they feel so small. Most of the time only one car fits at a time so when someone comes the other way you have to pull aside and try to let them squeeze ...
Today we set off to drive to Plymouth (which is in Cornwall) with some stops along the way. First we drove an hour or two to go and check out Stonehenge because there was no way I would come to this side of the world and not see it. But you have to pay £15 ($30) plus £5 ($10) parking to just walk around in a circle around them and you can't even get close. You walk about 10 metres away behind a barrier. So we were not going to do that so ...
... the tiny bottle of Unicum (not sure if thanks is ever the right word for Unicum...). Apologies if it seemed like we didn't speak to everyone enough. There was an over-whelming turnout and Ken spent most of his time playing with his nephew Alex!
Next stop we will be staying with Jack and El in London on Wednesday 25th for a goodbye meal with our friends beyond the Tamar. Then on Thursday 26th we board our flight to Rio!