Wyboston Lakes Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... to the Rally Field. When the preparation was completed I took Mum and Dad back home for a rest and I headed out to the rally field to see what was needed there. It was decided that it was time to go and get the food so 4 cars headed down to collect the precious cargo, I drove very carefully back as I even had the fruit salad in the back. All was delivered safely and spread out on waiting tables read for ...
... trains or other public transport to make the whole trip. It’s as if they can’t entirely give up the car drug of dependence and need to feel they are still going by car, even though it will then idly sit in a car park while they catch the train.
Our train trip only takes four minutes, just time for us to recount the amusement with which we listened at breakfast to an aging American executive briefing a new German sounding female sales manager. There was ...
... Nieboers to arrive. We didn't have to wait too long and it was great to see Martin, Sian, Mia and Emma again after two years. Mia and Emma looked exactly the same but now they have a posh English accent. So cool! After a short break for lunch we found our cabin and got sorted. The parents celebrated the reunion with a glass of wine and then we got ...
Today Dave and I went to the annual Flamstead Scarecrow Festival with Emma and Mark.
I've only been there once or twice before, when they first started holding this festival just over a decade ago. They had clearly expanded the whole thing since then; there was a similar amount of scarecrows, but now there was also a group of stalls, live music outside one or two of the pubs, ...
... to the beach itself! But, what a place for an early morning constitutional!!
But St. Mawgan only scratched the surface of the stunning scenery we saw in this part of Cornwall. There was the rugged desolation of Land's End (spoilt by the rabid commercialism); a fabulous hike from Holywell beach, via Polly Joke beach to Crantock beach, then ...