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Arrive back in Chelmsford at Dave's parents (who have just gone to Spain as Jane has manage to collapse her lung again - but is ok now - fingers crossed) to find the patio door wide open. We spend the next 10 mins stalking the house with kitchen ...
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· On the train to Caen, Normandy, Northern France · GMT +1:00 hour All aboard So the day of our departure (yesterday) finally arrived and we were diligently dropped at the Rosslare ferry terminal by my parents (thanks again folks). It was a ...
... am. We were going to see our friends Jo and David who actually live on Torpoint which is across the harbour from Plymouth and is in Cornwall! It was great to see them again after 7 years. They now have 2 children, Max who is 7 and Bel 5. They ...
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Looe, Cornwall, England, United Kingdom
Home to a colony of woolly monkeys, the Sanctuary was established for pet monkeys and those from zoos. It is the first place where woolly monkeys have survived and bred successfully in captivity.
Porthcurno, Penzance, Cornwall, England, United Kingdom
This open-air theatre is dramatically situated on the cliffs at Porthcumo, near Land's End, and hosts a season of plays and musicals from May to September.
Pendeen, Cornwall, England, United Kingdom
This preserved mining site features a museum, underground tour and visitor center all perched on the rugged cliffs of Penwith, offering magnificent coastal views high above the crashing surf below.
St Mawes, Cornwall, England, United Kingdom
This round stone artillery fortress was built for Henry the Eighth in 1542, using a cloverleaf plan with a four-storied round tower.