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... to the village. Our visits are getting more perfunctory, no? Oh well, on we go to Tintagel in Cornwall!
The ruined castle at Tintagel is only about 35 miles from Clovelly. Along the way we passed through Boscastle, which I have only seen on television, usually with a terrifying flood ripping through the middle of village and rescue helicopters hovering overhead. It was lovely to see it all restored and clean (and heaving with visitors). Anyway, as we reach ...
Dear all, We are in Plymouth tonight and head off to Stone Henge (again) and then to London. Then once we arrive at our hotel we will get ready to go out to the West end theatre area of London to see play War Horse! We were to go on a cruise in the Plymouth harbour at 5 pm but the weather was against us as well as the tides so cruiser owner cancelled it. Rain on and off gain today. Saw the ...
... I don't eat fish.
On the way back Dad took us to a park to play in whilst Mum, Catherine and Phil went home. It was a pretty good park, but then Brigitte fell down a on the slippery grass and it was time to head home.
When we got back home we went with Aunty Catherine for a stroll through the village and then we had a bit of downtime until dinner.
For dinner, Mum had volunteered to make pasta. It was really ...
We were up early and looking for an iPad but couldn't find one. Luckily Catherine got up not long after and made us breakfast. Eventually Dad joined us and later Mum and Phil got up.
Phil was ringing the bells at the Church next door so we went and watched. It looked easy. I wanted to have a go but apparently you need to practise how to do it.
After that we went home and Phil made us bacon and eggs for everyone, so we had a second breakfast.
When we were ...
... impressive, especially the arch if trained apple trees that runs through its centre. A real treat to see pineapple fruits growing in the pineapple pits and melons in the glasshouse. Beautiful wall-trained fruit trees abound, as well as a cut flower garden, a fernery and a wall of bee boles. On the woodland walk surrounding the formal gardens is a sculpture trail of natural sculptures - most famous of all, the Giant's Head and The Lady of the ...