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Ok. Me and my mucker have just found out we can go for a whole month to Spain in October - plan to see all the cities and major towns whilst throwing in some 'costas beachy days' (weather permitting). Not sure which one of us is Thelma/Louise but think I should be Thelma cos I'm the oldest!!!! (by a day!!!). Anyway we now have to sit down and look at travel - don't want to fly so train, bus or ferry. Did you know you can get the ...
... as I hope the photos will show. Afterwards we travelled across Dartmoor plains- a rugged outcrop plain scattered with Dartmoor ponies & sheep that roam freely Just imagine scenes from films such as Poldark etc & this is what I'd envisaged the countryside to be. I'm hoping the photos that I put up gives one a bit of an insight into this wonderful part of the UK. And how ...
... as we enter this lovely seaside resort & onto our hotel for the night. The hotel - the Imperial where once stayed Agatha Christie is perched in a hilltop overlooking Tor bay beautiful. Would say she was inspired for her stories in this hotel. It CREAKS. HA!!!! Her home is just a short drive away. We decided to walk down the street for dinner only a 5-10 minute ...
... then went to see where the mayflower stopped on its journey and the mayflower steps. Then we moved onto towards Buckland Abbey, the home of Sir Francis Drake that he bought with money he earned from his voyages. On our way we went through some very small villages and rounds that I believe are only for horses and way to narrow for cars. It felt like we were driving for ...
... surprises literally around every bend.
We discovered the ancient remains of the Roman city wall, churches, and beautfully restored buidings, a charming Devon village.
We fully realised we were on our holiday when we walked down to the quay and enjoyed a Cornish lager and local cider, chilling out watching the white swans on the River Exe.
We topped of our day with a lovely supper of local produce at Bill's.