The Devonshire Fell Hotel and Bistro
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... and went through the Bay Horse Passage and Bay Horse Court, which is a narrow walkway next to the Bay Horse pub. We haven't ever been to this pub - I wonder why?
Seems we always have to stop for a coffee or tea when we are out, so today we went to the Pink Teapot, which was very cute, with waitresses wearing pink kerchiefs on their heads and all pink teapots.
Paul and I ...
... was so badly scratched or fogged I didn't get very good photos.
We flew over the other Channel islands and along the French coastline before we got to Southampton. We had another 30 minute layover here, but because we were coming into the UK from a non-EU country, we had to disembark with our luggage, go through security again, and reboard the same plane - the same seats in fact! The Flybe flight attendants and ground crew were ...
... After a brief reprieve at home we headed off to Shoreditch to feel really uncool. I get enough of that living near mile end in Montreal so it wasn’t terribly thrilling. After a nice wander we made our way back to Pimlico and had a nice Pizza dinner before heading to bed. My sleep hygiene here has been top notch so far!
On Sunday morning I met up with an old friend, David, at a breakfast place where I had pancakes and Canadian Maple ...
... hell for many. It's hard enough to survive as a subsistance farmer over there, without the farm falling down. Although the wattle & daub houses are probably not going to cause as much damage as the new concrete houses, when they collapse on your head.
So sad that this has happened just after my visit, makes me feel partly responsible for some reason. Just hope they get the international aid that they will need during the next few weeks.
My thoughts are with you Nepal.
It is now less than 4 days until we set off on our adventure...... so thought I would post a little bit of history about the old Route 66.
In 1857 the Army was ordered to build a government funded wagon road along the 35th parallel, this road became part of Route 66.
Originally, the road from Virginia Beach to Los Angeles was to be known as Route 60 and the stretch between Chicago ...