Monthly Archives: April 2011

Notes from trois Villages Francais

Bonjour mes amis. See, I’m speaking the lingo like a native already. In order to try and not bore you too much, I’m doing a quick review of the 3 magical places we’ve been to in the last 3 days. … Continue reading

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Notes from a Shellshocked Jim

In the UK we needed 2 bottles of Shiraz plus 2 straws. Here it is a goon bag each. (a goon bag is a 4 litre cask with the cask ripped away!). A brilliant trip across the Channel and a … Continue reading

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Final notes from England

Some last thought before we leave for La Belle France. The photo above is from our visit to Mousehole. Now, for you non-Brits, how do you pronounce that??? I’ll explain lower down, but don’t cheat! We had a day excursion … Continue reading

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Notes from Camelot Castle

I’m the King of the Castle! Well actually, I might be the dirty rascal… more of that later. Our wonderful travel agent, Lee-Anne Levett from the Travel Studio booked us in here and I’m glad she did (well so far, … Continue reading

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Notes from Port Isaac

Who’s a lucky girl then? What more do I need to say????? Well of course I will! We left Camelot Castle (more of that another day), in Tintagel for Port Isaac – of Doc Martin fame. Geeves assumed the most … Continue reading

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Notes from Parsonage Farm

This photo shows why Alastair considers Parsonage Farm B&B as an oasis of peace and has stayed there about 5x over the past 10 years. We found the same. A 17th Century farmhouse and it was great. The previous day … Continue reading

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Notes from an English Country Village

I’ve been experimenting and there is either 2 photos above or a lot of gobbledygook. If it’s 2 photos then one is a photo of our hotel in Limpley Stoke, the other has Cheryl posing in the window of our … Continue reading

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