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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... at about 6pm. The bar opened at 6.15ish and appetizers were served at 6.30 pm, dinner at 7 pm and a talk given by one of the guides/ researchers at 8.30pm, then bed at about 10 pm and back up at 6am the next day to do it all over again but different tours. I think we had just the right amount of time. We got to see everything on offer but we couldn't have kept going for much longer! We met some great ...
... the hay (I never realised how heavy bales of hay are). Repeat the same chaos as above!! Clean out and feed the three parrots, two African Greys (Ozzie and Yorkie, who was being looked after by Jan as his owners were back in England) and a small but super aggressive African Senegal. Feed the four dogs: Blaze (a 4 year old Hungarian Kuvasz) and Poppy (a 2 year old Pyrenean Mountain Dog) both used for guarding the sheep Tina (a 12 ...
Daphne had mentioned this place in one of her emails and said she'd leave a map if we were interested. I forgot to mention it again, but I was able to find a general location online. So we found ourselves on an unmarked single road heading through the woods. No one around, and as the road got rougher and rougher (and us in our rental car), we began to ...
... will take them to get there from the local station in Surrey (hmmm – I seem to remember the maroon team recommending a dry run yesterday, but …) There were lots of good intentions last night regarding saying early morning goodbyes to our companions but, well, you know, it is 5:00 AM after all. David and I therefore represent our respective families and not only go to the station, but stand on ...
... or in someone’s front yard would be one, two, three deer, sometimes accompanied by their adorable spotted fawns. My heart could explode when I see those fawns. We didn’t get to ask the locals if they are native to the island and whether or not they are quite as enamoured by them. For all we know they could be like kangaroos in Australia – loved/hated.
We had dinner at the Black Fin Pub. Definitely a winner. Plus it had free and fast wi-fi so we must have ...