Bay Valley of Rocks Hotel
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We arrived at our Southampton hotel a lot earlier than we had done for the Britannia cruise at Easter. We called at IKEA to buy a mascot for our cruise before returning to the hotel for our evening meal. We had an early night ready to embark Ventura on ...
... it. Over the years they have taught people who have since been involved in life threatening situations and thanks to the skills they were taught, they were able to act and save lives. I don't want to think about what could have happened if emergency first aid wasn't available. When the email came out to say the trip was running again in October 2015, I applied straightaway. We had to meet the costs of getting there and this was £1100. I simply ...
... use to haul their stuff up and down the steep cobbled paths.
At the bottom you reach a little harbour and we took a stroll along the rocky beach. Next stop was Braunton for a drink and a look in some surf shops before onto Woolacombe. We browsed a few shops and had a wander before beginning our journey back to ...
Eggs Benedict for breakfast! What a welcome change from bacon and eggs (in all their many forms). Brian has been having fruit and yogurt some days and I have been having the odd Bacon Sandwich and Welsh Rarebit but we were ready for a breakfast change. Our routine has been to eat a big breakfast, then a light lunch around 2:00 with dinner at 7:30 or 8. After breakfast we walked into Lynton to the tourist information. Lynton and its sister village ...
... Later we heard that there was a traffic slowdown due to a truck hitting a sheep. Sad but we could sympathize with the truck driver. We were sad to leave Wales which we really enjoyed. The feeling of regret was reinforced by then horrific traffic as we worked our way to the south Bristol Channel coast to our stop in Lynton, England. In Exmoor Park, we again saw wild ponies and this time stopped to take a picture. But they were a second ...