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... the suspension bridge and the many walks (we've had to save some for next time).
Then off for a drive towards the mouth of the Tamar. Passed Lake Windermere on the way and also Exeter, Sidmouth, heading to Beauty Point. I need to remember to tell the Saggeses that we looked out for Minehead on the map but couldn't find it (must leave earlier next time). Crossed Batman bridge and returned via the other side of ...
... realising it. Some do go crook, at least you know where you stand. Others just give you a 'funny look' and you don't know why. Guess it pays to express opinions.
After all that we relaxed, played Scrabble, drank a glass of wine and let Mrs Next Door get on with tea for hubby and the two kiddies, hopefully she relaxed and didn't blow a foo foo valve.
No photos for this blog post as we didn't take any!
... Km it was so worth it. The three attractions we were targeting had linked tickets, getting us a discount, so we figured why not, if one bombed for us, we would still have the others. The first one was Seahorse World, based at Beauty Point, that was generally recommended by Trip Advisor entries. Well we found it more than a little disturbing. They have about 10 tanks exhibiting many different sea horses from around the world, but with too many in in each tank ...
... case we did a lot of walking. Once home she put them down, and not put them away. They got tossed with the vegetables. NOT a happy camper. We had to get new walking sandals today as well. NOT happy at the cost or for that matter the waste of money, and the fact that she is definitely not a shopper person.
We looked up the National Parks found the one we wanted. Went to the Information Centre and bought a Senior Years National Park Pass. We were set.
... west. Which included heading to the rugged western coast down to Arthur River and a place called the "END OF THE WORLD". We were on latitude 40. No coastline west until Argentina. And heading our way were Argentinians sea breezes that build up over the thousands of miles of ocean aiming for unsuspecting grey nomads in tiny little caravans who enjoy a night of rocking and rolling in 30-50knt winds and gusts a hell of lot stronger than that.
Because our complete rig ...