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... a cute little harbour clearing. We walked around and took some photos with Ron. It had a little river running right through the centre of the Main Street that leads straight out to the ocean. We then headed to Trayarnon Beach to meet up with Jono and Angie who had been surfing all day. Ron and I headed off up the rocks to take some pictures while they all chilled on the beach. I ended up getting some good photos and it was so nice to chill on the rocks ...
... waiters at the restaurant where we had dinner. Sadly we couldn't stay up for the bingo and quiz night being held in the lounge of our hotel - we beat the senior citizens to bed - all this touristing really takes it out of you. Next day we woke to clear skies - the bluest I've seen in my whole time here so off we tripped to the SS Great Britain in Bristol (don't worry dad, I took heaps of photos) and on to our new home in ...
... to say all of our goodbyes to family and friends but i'm sure it wont be long before we see you all again ��
We are now at a campsite in Poole for a couple of nights before the grand depart on Saturday morning......feeling chilled with a glass of wine and wondering what the next few months have in store for us.
More to come soon, enjoy our blog ...
... to the village. Our visits are getting more perfunctory, no? Oh well, on we go to Tintagel in Cornwall!
The ruined castle at Tintagel is only about 35 miles from Clovelly. Along the way we passed through Boscastle, which I have only seen on television, usually with a terrifying flood ripping through the middle of village and rescue helicopters hovering overhead. It was lovely to see it all restored and clean (and heaving with visitors). Anyway, as we reach ...
... lot of changes to the traffic since we were last here. I remember on
my first visits, thinking how small the freight trucks were. Their equivalent
to our 18 wheeler, was a small truck pulling a trailer that might be 25 to 30
feet long. Now the UK equivalent to our “semi” is every bit as big as you might
find in Canada. The roads aren’t any bigger, but the trucks certainly are. The cars
are also much larger than ...