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the John Aldan, one of the pilgrim fathers.The Mayflower steps are now
under the ladies toilet in a pub built over the original dock. We left
Plymouth to go to dinner at a small pub up on Dartmoor. Lovely old
building and great food. After dinner a drive back to Exeter over thee
moor as the sun was setting but not before we stopped to look at the
Dartmoor ponies grazing on the side of the road.Long day.
We awake to another grey day, but some bits of blue are peaking through so it might be a good day. I can hear the birds twittering away and of course our neighbouring guests preparing for their day too! The walls are obviously not as thick as the stone would suggest, but it has been a pleasant retreat for three days all the same. We are the only ones at breakfast today and find out that our rowdy neighbours are a gaggle of golfers here for the weekend and due on the green ...
We awake to a cloudy, foggy, rainy and generally miserable looking day today so I don't think we will be doing much! We had planned to drive to Lands End which is 100 miles away but somehow I don't think it would be very pleasant. So coffee, blogging, reading the paper, breakfast before we re think the day. We have a big breakfast today - I want to try the local bacon. Mmmmm- it's OK but not as flavoursome as I remember. Everywhere we've been in Devon, the eateries take ...
We slept well in spite of the really hard bed - it was quiet and warm. As I contemplate the shower I am reminded of our previous trip and the myriad of appliances and "taps" used - it is the convention to have only one tap / lever / circle to turn and the temperature is usually preselected for you. Anyway the shower here is a round plastic ball, but the water is lovely and soft, albeit not much pressure. At breakfast we ask our host about ...
... with their daughter Anya (for goodness sake), all met through the church. John & Patricia have a daughter who lives in Woolongon, Sydney, Australia.
Father Mark mentioned that when he arrived to the presbytery he had to remove 6 rubbish skips of accumulated stuff & then start to renovate, he has done an amazing job, it was stunning to see what was hidden underneath rubbish. He ...