The Old Rectory Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Bye bye everyone, hasta la proxima! But before that, mummy has drained the car battery! So we're waiting for Doug to bring the jump leads as ours are locked in the van and we don't have the keys... Sigh, well it is officially our first bit Of adventure. Come on Doug! We re now ...
... just for grocery shopping --er, going to the market! If there's one thing I still haven't learned, is that I am only one person and there is only so much time in the day! Seriously, I am always running around like a chicken with my head cut off (mind you, 9/10 times I manage to finish everything I wanted to do). For instance, today I went to Tescos and all that, the rushed back home, changed into gym clothes and headed out to the bus stop for my ...
... you say when someone is upset or something is wrong! Apparently you just say "yeah you?" At least that's what I've gathered. Still catches me off guard when they ask though, especially when I was really jetlagged, it was like, "oh **** do I not look okay?!" They also will often write an x at the end of a message as a kiss. Another slang here is "fit," which is the equivalent to calling a girl sexy or hot back home. I was really confused when I first heard that one. ...
Holy ****. The jetlag is real. In the past 48 hours I've slept a maximum of of 4-6 hours....I don't know how I'm still functioning to be honest. Arriving in London was both amazing and terrifying (at the border). Brilliant me, I left all my documents for my Student Visa in my carry on....yeah, so I showed up at the border with no documents. Thankfully, I'm teeechnically not staying in the UK for longer than 9 days before going to Germany - this was ...
We bid a fond farewell to Penzance and the lovely June and Stuart who gave us such a warm welcome at the Ashton Guesthouse and wended our way north to Ilfracombe. What can I say about Ilfracombe - the drive there was misty, drizzly and very grey and the town didn't seem much better - I would describe it as the holiday town for those in God's waiting room. I don't think we saw anyone under the age of 60 unless they ...