Travelodge Okehampton Sourton Cross
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- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Non-smoking hotel
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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Travel Blogs from Sourton
... if I had. I left home young and have fended for myself since, maturing faster and becoming the man I wanted to be. Now some might say that I am too young to understand life and the true value of money, forget it I've heard it all before. Growing up I have earned my own money through hard graft and determination to one day leave the hometown that has held me back for years. Now to get back to ...
So I guess the first place to start would be with our plans? First things first then, where are we heading.. First stop Bangkok, then the list begins; Chaing Mai, Vietnam, Cambodia, Phuket, Ko Phi Phi, Krabi, Kuala Lumpur, Singapore, Densapar, Bali, Gili T and finally my amazing 20th birthday back in Bangkok. Oh and lets not forget Christmas in Bali with what will most likely be a bonsai tree for the presents this year! Now as we ...
Again it had rained during the night and all the talk was on a pretty miserable day weatherwise. At breakfast we were discussing our plans for the day. So far we wanted to see Pendennis Castle, and Pete was keen to see the Maritime Museum which had been advertising a Viking exhibition. Paul, the B&B owner, recommended a trip to Trebah. This is a beautiful garden, about 6 miles south of Falmouth in Mawnan Smith. ...
... the bottom which they'd put into an album. There was also a ticket for a play, "Darling I'm Home" that Pete produced in Lime Acres, November 1981. The price of R7.50 included a curry & rice dinner at the Finch Hotel. We were surprised to see that the photos of our side of the family only went up to our pre-Australian days. We have sent vast numbers of packets of pictures over the years but I don't know what has happened to them. I'm ...
... metres long and protects Plymouth Sound and the anchorages near Plymouth. They started to build it in 1812 and it was opened in 1841. It is 13 metres wide at the top and 65 metres at the base. An impressive piece of construction. The cruise was an enjoyable experience as it was so lovely out on the water but it was also cold and windy. After the cruise it was time to experience a Devonshire cream tea. We went to a Tudor tea room where I discovered I preferred Devonshire teas ...