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  • Day 42- Salisbury to Windsor Drizzling rain this morning but very light and still able to get outdoors. Salisbury has many walking tracks and we were able to walk straight into the city centre from our caravan park, only a mile away. The old city Posted by Pearcey in Table Top Trippers | Aug 13, 2018
  • Day 41 - Widecombe to Salisbury Enjoyed our stay at Widecombe in the Moor, the camping ground was peaceful and had a lovely creek running through it, there were ducks and a sow with a dozen piglets in the old stone farmhouse next door, very English! Posted by Pearcey in Table Top Trippers | Aug 13, 2018
  • Day 40- Dartmouth to Widecombe-in-the-Moor After 16 days of hot to warm , dry weather we woke up to rain, it had to happen! However, we kept to our plan of catching the historic Dartmouth steam train, a beautiful trip where we first caught a Posted by Pearcey in Table Top Trippers | Aug 13, 2018
  • August 9th, Thursday A little sluggish this morning and took our time leaving Penhale, 10am before we drove off. Visited Looe, another beautiful coastal town, a larger version of Polperro. The tide was down so able to walk out over the reef, then Posted by Pearcey in Table Top Trippers | Aug 13, 2018
  • An English seaside townWe have friends living in this south coast seaside town, Paula and Kevin (who used to be our neighbours in west London) and have visited several times. Let me introduce you to some of my favourite sights in the town. ===Hastings Posted by ToonSarah in Near and (not very) far | Aug 12, 2018
  • A very English countyIn my previous entry I described our recent visit to East Sussex (and a bit of Kent). Here are some of the other places we have visited and enjoyed in the past: ===Seven Sisters and Seaford Head=== [center][img=https://photos.travellerspoint.com/871 Posted by ToonSarah in Near and (not very) far | Aug 10, 2018
  • Of Weald and Downs[center] The beach near Rye, East Sussex[/center] [float=right][img=https://photos.travellerspoint.com/871113/213966114800403-Garden_of_th..ast_Sussex.jp Posted by ToonSarah in Near and (not very) far | Aug 8, 2018
  • Day 38- Looe to Penvale, CornwallThe day started sunny but clouds moved in later in the morning and had very light showers. We drove to the prettiest village we have seen so far, Polperro. We wandered down narrow streets to the small harbour, whitewashed cottages Posted by Pearcey in Table Top Trippers | Aug 9, 2018
  • Day 37, Veryan to LooeWoke up to misty rain this morning and required a jumper but did not last long. Left our site at lovely Veryan and drove to Falmouth, Cornwall’s biggest natural harbour and beautiful beaches. Didn’t stay long as we had booked Posted by Pearcey in Table Top Trippers | Aug 8, 2018
  • Day 36[img=https://photos.travellerspoint.com/742314/EBD3C933-441B-495F-85F4 Posted by Pearcey in Table Top Trippers | Aug 8, 2018
  • Day 35- Umberleigh to Veryan near Truro, CornwallA lovely sunny hot day driving to the south coast of Cornwall but before we started our drive we walked 12 km’s of the Tarka Trail from the town of Barnstaple. We had our first cream tea experience also. Devon Posted by Pearcey in Table Top Trippers | Aug 5, 2018
  • Day 34 - Devizes to Devon, Umberleigh Instead of travelling one an half hours to Stonehenge this morning we decided on Avebury instead. So many people told us it is over crowded, expensive and no longer able to walk right up to them, whereas Avebury was just Posted by Pearcey in Table Top Trippers | Aug 4, 2018
  • Day 33- Winchcombe to DevizesFriday August 3rd Winchcombe to Devizes The owners of the caravan park were very helpful this morning, booking our accommodation for the next 4 nights as they warned it will be very busy over the weekend. Also provided recommendations of places Posted by Pearcey in Table Top Trippers | Aug 3, 2018
  • Day 32- Chipping Campden to Winchcombe Started on the northern end of the Cotswold Way, a 100 mile trail that finishes in Bath. We walked just 5 miles, which essentially is walking through paddocks, woodlands and villages, pretty as a postcard! Also, the weather is very Posted by Pearcey in Table Top Trippers | Aug 3, 2018
  • Day 31- Wheathampstead to Cotswolds, Chipping Campden Although we lived in this beautiful village for 3 months we realised this morning that there was a great deal we did not see back in 1986. Perfect weather for a walk through the Hertfordshire countryside. We walked along narrow Posted by Pearcey in Table Top Trippers | Aug 3, 2018
  • Day 30- Cambridge to Wheathampstead Tuesday July 31st Had breakfast just like Harry Potter, in the dining room of Christ College, Cambridge, felt as though I should have had our university cloaks on, very special and delicious. I then went off to King’s College while Dave Posted by Pearcey in Table Top Trippers | Aug 3, 2018
  • Days 28 & 29- Narrowboat to Cambridge 3 nights on the Fen waterways and Dave is feeling pretty comfortable driving a Narrowboat, he can do 3 point turns with his eyes closed now ! We travelled back to March slowly, stopping a couple times along the Posted by Pearcey in Table Top Trippers | Jul 30, 2018
  • Day 28- Upwell, Outwell and beyond [img=https://photos.travellerspoint.com/742314/7F4206A9-8193-4108-A987 Posted by Pearcey in Table Top Trippers | Jul 29, 2018
  • Day 26 - London to MarchWhat a day! Left our place in London around 9am and caught underground to Kings Cross station. Bought tickets for train to Ely, just past Cambridge. The train was modern, efficient and clean, why can’t we have a train like Posted by Pearcey in Table Top Trippers | Jul 28, 2018
  • Day 26- LondonWell it felt like we were walking around Melbourne in January today but 10 times busier, hot, muggy but so much to see and do. First to Borough Market just near London bridge. The underground rail got us there in Posted by Pearcey in Table Top Trippers | Jul 26, 2018
  • Goodbye USA, hello UK Our flight From Denver was not until 7.30pm Tuesday night so spent the morning ironing clothes, enjoying a leisurely breakfast and packing. Our bags filled to the brim even though we have bought very little, those little bits Posted by Pearcey in Table Top Trippers | Jul 25, 2018
  • Upham - Winchester & Bishop's WalthamHaving read and watched so much about English history, being in the places these people have been is rather awe-inspiring. I hadn’t realized how important Winchester was to English history, but it was the seat of Alfred the Great’s Posted by Ktepting in Epting's European Adventure | Jul 20, 2018
  • Upham - an air rifle I really enjoyed shootin Posted by Ktepting in Epting's European Adventure | Jul 20, 2018
  • UphamUpham is everything I imagined a village in the English Countryside to be, rolling farm hills interspersed with hedgerows and small woods. Houses and cottages that are hundreds of years old, a fabulous pub and absolutely wonderful hosts. Posted by Ktepting in Epting's European Adventure | Jul 20, 2018
  • London[img=https://photos.travellerspoint.com/928399/IMG_0488.jpg captio Posted by Ktepting in Epting's European Adventure | Jul 18, 2018
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