Travel Blogs from Torquay
Torquay was lovely and we stayed at a fantastic B&B - The Cleveland - highly recommended. We had two nights here and wanted to pack a lot in. Being Agatha Christie country we started out on the Agatha Christie Mile walk only to be told half the stuff wasn't there any more. The museum had some fantastic things - even original copies of her book …
... walked to one of the two local pubs for a drink then back
home to bed.
Wednesday the 18th
of September – after
breakfast the sun was shining through clouds as we walked around the
charming village of Whimple. It is very pretty with some thatched
houses and an impressive church where Janthia and Roger are
bell-ringers. We enjoyed lunch at the other pub – curry for for
... was very helpful and informative and we now know some new big words like brachiopod and mezzozoic. We then stumbled back along the beach to the town and went for a walk along The Cob (sea wall). This featured in the movie, The French Lieutenants Woman. Becca treated us all to some delicious and well earned ice creams. We wandered back along the seaside and then up through the town which was ...
... causing a great deal of stress to many friends, about how quickly my departure time was approaching and how much I had to do still, I slowly, with much procrastination, ploughed through my checklist of tasks! With only an hour sleep last night, my emotions have undoubtedly been all over the place! Never did I realise how difficult saying goodbye would be to family ...
... another open top machine gunned, heavily trooped vehicle. After this a few more motorbikes. All,very intimidating! Far more scary than any animals we had encountered.
We said goodbye to Kate and Sarah at the airport and started on or 24hour journey home. It was very sad to leave and we wished we had of had more time to explore other places. Another trip is needed and the boys can't ...