Crow Point

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Geordie my friends, family Border Collie.

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IMG_0221 editAn old boat.

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IMG_0351This evening I went on a lovely walk around Crow Point with friends.

Night at the Fair

Tonight I looked round the fair in the town I’m living in at the moment. It was fun seeing the rides and sounds of people having fun!

Ferris wheel
Slide
Merry-go-round

Hartland – [Part One]

Last month I went on my first solo cycle trip. It was amazing getting to spend three days by myself…no phone or internet either! I set off from Barnstaple..mid afternoon and arrived in Stoke early evening.

I cycled to a tiny village called Stoke which is two miles from Hartland village. Hartland is a peninsula off the coast of North Devon. I have been studying there for a year now. Its been a brilliant experience. I’ve loved going on little adventures.

Ten miles to go…plus an extra two to the village!

Right after this I cycled up a massive hill near a village called Fairycross. The name was beauitful but the hill was a struggle but I made it to the top… Then I got to free wheel dowm…:-)

Beginning of the epic climb…
Sign post…
Approaching Hartland village…just two miles to go!
Bike..
I set up camp by myself!!
Evening sunset…

Evening at the Beach.

Well this week is my last full week in Devon so last night I went to BBQ on the beach with some friends. It was a beautiful evening. We ate chatted and played beach rounders. I’ve finished my studies for the summer so it was a great way to celebrate the end of term!

Colourful beach huts
Sand and sea.
Sliding down the sand dunes.
Saunton Sands.

Toasting marshmallows.
Sunset

Lundy [part one]

Last weekend I went on a spontaneous day trip to this beautiful little island. Lundy is the largest island in the Bristol Channel. It can be reached by M.S Oldenburg during late spring right through to October. Lundy means Puffin Island in old Norse.

Here are some pictures from my trip.

Ilfracombe harbour.

The Coast.
Approaching Lundy

Old fishing boat.
Walking up to the village.