Riviera Town House
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... walk, along the sea walls out past the small lighthouse built in the 18th century to the very end where there were many people fishing. We could see Captain Cook’s statue on the hill overlooking the beach while the opposite hillside was dominated by the ruins of Whitby Abbey stark against the skyline.
We strolled back to find somewhere for lunch. There were queues outside a couple of the popular places but we chose ...
... families and older couples were walking their dogs and enjoying the late afternoon sunshine. It had been a beautiful day, sunny and about 17 degrees. We had an icecream, blackcurrant and clotted cream, a local favourite.
We had tried to book in to a good looking Italian restaurant across from the pub but it was booked out for the next two nights. The owner recommended a new Tapas bar so we went there and though again it was booked out, the ...
It's 04.00 and I cannot sleep, I'm I still in Canada time, probably not !! Do I admit that nerves may be settling in. !!!.
Day 1 commences, it's rained all day, not a good start, really think I could do with a pack horse, found one but he looks in worse shape than me, it's 1800 and we are camping down for the night after covering 19 miles ...
... ten o'clock the adrenalin disappeared and we were all suddenly very tired.
Anyway, Helen has gone off early to meet Frank in Manchester, Margot and Gail have been in and out and have now gone off to Whitby for some pampering, and I have been wandering around Robin Hood's Bay taking photos and just relaxing and exploring. The B&B lady was going for a drive to Whitby which is only five miles ...
... to grow for the grouse to nest in, and also encourages new shoots for the sheep to graze on.
We always know when we are getting close to a village because the dog walkers start coming towards us. Mind you, they walk for miles so we can't get too excited too quickly. Anyway, at the end of the moor we found the picturesque village of Glaidsdale where we again helped the local economy by stopping for a cream tea, along with other weary walkers.