Day 88 - A much appreciated rest day
Trip Start Jun 12, 2010
147Trip End Nov 18, 2010
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Nothing else needs to be said particularly other than today’s rain arrived in the early afternoon and was quite light compared to the rain we’ve had every other day since we’ve been in Wales
Just to keep the blog fully briefed, the dinner we had at the Corn Mill lived up to everything we hoped it would. We had the best table for two sitting in the conservatory directly overlooking the River Dee which was still raging. Keith drank the Spitting Feathers Thirst Quencher bitter which he has decided is possible the best bitter in Britain. Out meals were terrific and very flavoursome, from the goats cheese and mushroom tart which we shared as a starter to Debby's vegetable and chick pea curry. However, Keith's meal was the piece de la resistance! He rates the pork belly the best he has had and accompanied by lightly spiced red cabbage, dauphinoise potatoes and spring vegetables. He was in seventh heaven.
All in all it was a lovely evening as we reflected on our adventure so far and the learnings we have accumulated.Not surprisingly we find all our major discoveries are not historical or geographical or indeed anything to do with the places we pass through. They are all about ourselves.