The Wootons Country Hotel
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... we could join the End To End Club, if we apply and provide documentation to show we had completed the trip. Again, spectacular cliffs, but very commercialised. Even met two lots of Aussies there. Could not believe our luck with beautiful sunny weather to see these fabulous sights.
Then drove to the edge of Bodmin Moor to camp on a farm for the ...
... lost soldiers featured. Quite sobering and poignant, steeped in traditions such as the manufacture of an alter through the stacking of drums.
The following morning we watched huge crowds at Whitehall as the Queen and British and Commonwealth politicians laid wreaths for Remembrance Day.
Di and Jill walked Ellie the huge Bernese mountain dog around the golf course and visited St Enodoc church notable for having been buried by sand dunes in the 1800s forcing ...
... did the course with Dane Reynolds! Well actually his name is Dane Hall but he surfed good enough! it was pretty cool being in the water with him and seeing him RIP. But even more interesting was the footage he took. We assessed it at night and for the first time got a good look on how I can improve arm movements, pump for speed and make more use of the wave. Really helpful tips that will hopefully make me a decent surfer i the near future! —> if you want to check out ...
... town as this is where the tv show Doc Martin is filmed. So having worked out how to use the gps, we were following it until it started leading us down some very narrow, steep and winding roads. Once we finally got there it looked like you had to park at the top of the road and walk 1km down into the village. As we were running late and it was pouring with rain we decided to head off. Our next stop ...
Cornwall, teeming with writers and sculptors. The day was not faring well when the Tour Director (TD) looked up all the places she wanted to see. The house where Daphne Du Maurier's Rebecca was set was a private house, not open to the public. The sculptor Barbara Hepworth's Museum in St Ives was on the list but is closed. Fowey, which was next is over an hour away and is off the list because of the weather. We have woken to a steely grey day with wind ...