Monthly Archives: May 2014

Statistics

By Noah- We have finished the southern leg of our Land’s End to John O’Groats trip and the stats are already incredible! Much to our surprise mum has driven a grand total of 805 miles on this trip alone. I … Continue reading

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Abbeys and villas

  By Noah- Busy couple of days spent visiting the Cerne Giant( the naked one made of chalk in a hill) Lacock abbey (birthplace of photography and numerous film locations including Harry Potter) and Chedworth Roman Villa. I thought the Roman … Continue reading

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Stones,stones and more stones

    By Noah- Did you guess right? Stonehenge was built in the Neolithic era and was an engineering masterpiece of its kind. The henge comprises of circular banks and ditches built in 3000bc. This ditch was erected using only picks made … Continue reading

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Fossil hunting on the Jurassic Coast

By Noah – Since our last blog, we’ve been to lots of interesting places including Trerice, an immaculately preserved Elizabethan manor, Plymouth’s Mayflower Steps where many travellers have set off from, a quirky 16-sided house near Exmouth, and most recently Lyme … Continue reading

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The end of the world (almost)

  By Noah – Blue skies and blue seas. Can this be the UK? We arrived at Land’s End with the sun on our faces and to an almost empty viewpoint. As you can see from the photo we got a … Continue reading

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Stuck in holes

By Noah – We’ve spent recent days deep in gorges and quarries. First, we did the Lydford Gorge walk and then we spent the day at Eden.Take a look at our photos    

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Devon and Dartmoor

By Noah and Sam- Our first adventure by car has begun. Tonight we are camping in a field with a lovely view of Dartmoor. Having a carboot full of food is definitely an advantage of travelling in a car, opposed … Continue reading

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