Sandy Lodge Hotel
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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... new tyre (who hit the pothole up the road?) , the Channel Tunnel and ferry are booked, the breathalyser kit, the red triangle, and the high vis jacket are all ready and waiting to go... lets hope they wont be needed.
So far the route is supposed to go like this: Cornwall to Folkestone where we take the 'chunnel' across to Calais. From there its down through France to Verbier, Switzerland, where we have to tie up all the loose ends ...
... looks so good and makes the lanes feel really small and fun to drive in. I have absolutely loved staying in Cornwall. I wasn't too interested in coming to Cornwall other than to meet up with everyone but there is so much to do here and I absolutely love it! The countryside and country lanes are great and there are so many awesome places to go to. I am so happy I had the chance to come here. Tomorrow we head to Wales with Jono and Angie and Josiah to their ...
... made by Andrew for us all which was yum! My new best friend Elliot decided he loved me a lot tonight and sat on my lap all night to play games and look at Rons pictures with me. It was so misty again tonight! All of a sudden we looked out the window and there was mist everywhere you could barely see. It looks so cool! Tomorrow we are going for another drive but this time we will drive up the coast more to the north of Cornwall to see a few cool places and ...
... up to Ron and I and said "Someone told me there are people visiting from Australia, I had to come say hello to you". After the meeting we went outside and took heaps of pictures because it's the first time the whole family has been together in ages. Then we headed to the local Weatherspoon's Pub for an awesome pub lunch. I chilled at our table with Andrew, Elliot and Josiah. We then went to do the Sharp ...
... the edge of the waterfront, it is has really old streets with cobblestone roads and old shops and buildings, then you walk out and there is all the boats set up everywhere. Then when you walk out further you see the lighthouse and out into the ocean. Plymouth used to be a naval port because it has perfect access, they even had a navy boat there. Then I had an Icecream cone of death which Ron said was amazing and he gets everytime. So it's a ...