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... houses along the beach front. Took photo of fields outside Torquay. Had morning tea at Teignton which has some much accommodation along the beach and touristy. Drove next through little village of Dawlish on the back roads where we bought nice Danish pastries for afternoon tea. Came across a sign saying Powderham Castle so decided to go I'm to have a look but couldn't see the Castle and didn't have time to do so but had lunch in the lovely ...
... of the Beaulieu River, which is also part of the Beaulieu estate owned by the Duke of Montagu – one of the few privately owned rivers in the world. Buckler’s Hard (originally Montagu Town) was built in the 18th century by the 2nd Duke of Montagu and was intended to be a free port for trade with the West Indies. It became a shipbuilding village and many of Britain’s naval vessels were built here using timber from ...
It wasn't the best of mornings; I only slept a couple of hours last night, and Barbara woke up congested and with a "chesty cough". I ran to the store for some lemons and made her some hot lemon/honey tea and she dosed with cough medicine. Feeling better after a while, she decided that she was feeling good enough to make the trip to Dorset with us today. We were late starting out, but it was another beautiful day and we set ...
... and an ice-cream on the beach. Very relaxing.
Tonight we dined at an Indian restaurant before going to the theatre to see a production. The show was awesome. The story set beneath the sea about a beautiful pearl called Dana. Lots of trapeze artists, acrobats, music, water features and also ballet. Very interesting.
Another great day abroad.
See you soon and love ya all heaps
Randall & Mikey
... looked forward to tomorrow to go looking.
Went up to the village for a snack and on the way back saw a car nearby with a for sale sign on it. Gave the person a call, they came down and Leon took it for a test drive. Not the one.
Let's see what we can find tomorrow.