Ended up spending a night on my own in the dorm, so I used two quilts to give my bed some padding. Slept soundly, so set off early. Had a breakfast in a lovely cafe; there was a stag party having breakfast before the big day. They were having a wedding down at Tunnels Beach where I went yesterday. It’s a Victorian pleasure beach, not far from the retirement home I am trying to persuade some friends to buy!! Well perhaps!!
I walked to Lee Bay which was beautiful, again they said it was a Victorian Walk. ( I wouldn’t like to have walked in a bustle and crinolines. Then on to Bull Point, Mortenhoe & Morte Point. As Sandra said I need to lead with my chest, as it makes it easier. It has taken me a few days but I think I am getting the hang of it. It could even cure me of my round shoulders after 56 years! Watch out for the new me coming soon!!
I arrived in Woolacome in the late afternoon in the brilliant sunshine. Thank god for cucumber wipes as the sweat was dripping into my eyes!! Woolacombe was like being in a metropolis. I then went on to Trimstone Manor Hotel which is like going from the ridiculous to the sublime, it is ver posh but lovely with peacocks running around the garden. I have had a lovely meal and feel vey pampered. On to Croyde tomorrow. Still loving it