St. Petroc's Hotel and Bistro
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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People ask if six weeks in India and Nepal has changed us. I think the answer is yes, but probably not as much as we thought it might. Certainly, we have experienced much and learned much; we have had an amazing time and enjoyed (nearly) every minute. We have seen the sights: forts, temples and great palaces and magnificent buildings, but it is the people of India who have impressed us most, both on an individual level and en masse.
En masse is certainly ...
... we could join the End To End Club, if we apply and provide documentation to show we had completed the trip. Again, spectacular cliffs, but very commercialised. Even met two lots of Aussies there. Could not believe our luck with beautiful sunny weather to see these fabulous sights.
Then drove to the edge of Bodmin Moor to camp on a farm for the ...
I cannot believe that in just a few days I will be heading off for my challenge with Homeless International, in Nepal to build better homes. As I stuff all my necessary belongings into my tiny rucksack, it seems crazy to be packing sunscreen whilst a squalling gale rages outside. I have packed my industrial work gloves and protective goggles as I think we are putting some water sanitisation in. Thanks again to all those that gave so generously to Homeless International. I ...
... food, which was so good that there was nothing left afterwards… I just wanted to say thanx guys and gals for making the stay even more fun!
On Friday my surfbudy and good friend Peter arrived. He brought the car over and we changed to a new place to stay.. Which had some ”foot in the dirt” (you will have to be dutch to get that one) because of the beds in the place. We got the tiniest double bed you can imagine. So Ricardo opted to put a ...
... body wet. Having called him out seeing he was going a more blue colour I persuaded him he'd done far better then myself and he was happy with that. Next stop was lunch, returning back over the hill we found a very popular pub with an impressively slow queue! Having waited a while our food arrived, delicious homemade grub was devoured and we headed back to the old homestead. Where we enjoyed a Sunday roast cooked by chef ...