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... ve been up to. We expect this trip to be full of amazing memories but we are both going out of our comfort zones. Chelsea has never being out of Europe before while the only country I've visited outside the continent is America. Although staying in shabby hostels might not be too dissimilar to our University accommodation; the people, the food and the culture we will experience throughout our trip is something new to both of us. Also, the small fact that ...
... decent to watch!
today I'm expecting my friend Stef and her husband Angus to arrive and stay for a while. I usually stay with them so it will be good to play host to them,although it means I will have to cook!!
So, the first few days get a big tick. There is a lot to do around the area and I hope to do a few walks as well as hop on buses and go wherever!
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... rooms available.They do and it includes a full cooked breakfast & even though it is a little pricey we decide it is as much about the experience, as somewhere to lay our heads.
It is a beautiful, stone, English country guesthouse.
The princesses are very excited to be sleeping in the four poster beds. Once we have settled we head downstairs to the restaurant where the lovely hostess had reserved us a table ...
... for 11:30. Perfect timing. They have many impressive birds including a Bald Eagle, Falcons of every variety, vultures and owls. Many are tethered in their spots, but we later learned that they are actually well fed and happy. They only need to fly when they are searching for food, so they actually prefer the food delivered to them. The first bird that flew was a beautiful owl. We learned a lot about owls. There eyes really aren't ...
... cats and three dogs.
It was a very humid evening and we spotted a dense cloud of insects higher than the trees, over the water. We looked again a few minutes later, and they had all disappeared.
Four lads came up the lock and left all the paddles up. Half an hour later they came back, went down through the lock again, and left all the bottom paddles up!
This is a lovely mooring – very peaceful, with kingfishers every few minutes.
4 miles, 3 ...