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... B&B. The day's walk ends happily as we look up through the still damp sky to see a double rainbow leading us to our final resting place for tonight.
During the evening I realise we are getting very close to the end of our pilgrimage. Today was the last Friday we will walk as Hopton awaits us next Thursday evening. Again my brain wants to deliberate and delve into the meaning of what we will have done. To pull apart the threads of the stories we've heard ...
... have been shared in this meadowland. The church was locked but we were still able to appreciate its calm personality. Later on, we established that the church has no running water or power and is only used for services during a six month cycle ending with the recent Harvest Festival. Now it lays cosily dormant like the other animals in the field who hibernate through the winter months.
By footpath we were able to carry on down into Badwell Ash ...
... Island and overnight at Kizilada.
Fethiye Harbour is next port of call where we have plenty of time to explore and here we stay overnight.
Next we head off to Gocek Island, also visit Yassica Islands where snorkelling in crystal clear waters we are told is a must.
We sail on after breakfast to the spectacular Bedri Rahmi Beach and Sarsala Beach and finally we reach Agalimani and this is our ...
... to attend Evensong. I decided to remain. There were some who resented the existence of a service, but most people understood. Some other people who had not left at the four o'clock bell kicked up a bit of a fuss when one of the custodial staff asked them for their audioguides back. They hadn't finished! They walked off in a protesting huff. Glad to be rid of them. At 4.45 a group of us was asked if we wished to sit in choir, in the section just beyond the ...
... the day trip to Islas Coiba and their paradise beaches topped it off.
1. Swimming with sea lions in Galapagos islands - so playful and curious, unforgettable.
2. Cuddling baby sloths at the Sloth Sanctuary in Costa Rica - just the epitomy of cuteness!
3. Rainforest trekking at La Selva, Costa Rica - we saw an overwhelming amount of wildlife during our stay here, it's the rainforest you imagine.