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A Cornish “Adventure”

Published February 13, 2018 by theycallmemrstibbs

Sorry I’ve been so quiet, I’ve been busy with work.

We decided we should go over the border to Cornwall. It’s actually not a long drive.

There is the great bridge, the Tamar bridge, to pass over to get there but it was the view that Christopher wanted to show me. However the weather didn’t want me to see it. But it’s ok I can go another time.

When we crossed the bridge and parked in Saltash and we for a little wander just to say we’d been there. We saw this view of the rail bridge.

Then the motor bridge. As you can guess the vieweven though it was little that we could see was great.

So we walked up the hill into Saltash. Did I mention it is quite hilly here? But I manage considering how flat the Netherlands were. Oh I miss that. Never mind life goes on. Wow that just John Mellencamp in my head. Any way back to my post.

Saltash was very quaint and cute. But we were hungry so we went on a find food mission.

We wandered more and more then we were going back to the car we saw a little cafè, no brand or anything. So we decided when in Cornwall get a pasty.

This is what I bought a bacon, cheese and potato pasty. Oh wow it was great! Christopher just had a sausage roll but also good as they were freshly baked. We even ate the salad.

There’s only so much not a lot you can do. So we came back to Exeter we had to pay £1.50 to come back Devon. We didn’t mind though.

The next day we decided to go on a smaller adventure into Exeter in our new baby, A.K.A. our car.

When we first moved here we wanted to park on a certain car park near a shopping centre called the Harlequin Shopping Centre. However, we couldn’t find how to get into it. So we researched it this time and found out how to do it.

We found the best art work there too.

We found it very relevant with the harlequins.

You should come and see it.

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