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Part Three: Fowey

And then onto Fowey. Arriving in Fowey was like coming home. It’s wonderful to have that familiar feeling of coming back to a place you know and love, and where you’ve been happy. 277 more words

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Hang 'Em High

We’ve done some random things when researching for our books, (you can read our previous post about it here) but attending a hanging has to be the strangest. 1,478 more words

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May 28 – Tilly the hedgehog

Hello, Mrs Hg137 here.

This trackable was the second we had found in under 30 minutes – sometimes you don’t see a trackable for months and sometimes they arrive one after the other… 93 more words

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May 28 – Suzies Birthday Geocoin 2011

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This coin was a birthday present from Caterfly to Butterpillar back in April 2011. (Aren’t those good caching handles?)

Butterpillar wants this coin to travel extensively in Cornwall, to beautiful places – it has – and to visit the Isles of Scilly – it has, at least once, very soon after its release. 90 more words

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May 28 : Devon / Cornwall : Day 7 : Bodmin Moor

Hello, Mrs Hg137 here.

It was the final day of our full-on geocaching/walking/sightseeing holiday before we headed home (to recover?), and we thought we would do a ‘proper’ day’s caching, rather than caches found as we saw the sights. 1,295 more words

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Jamaica Inn Summer Deal

This one was just too good to not post. The Jamaica Inn in Ocho Rios, which if you don’t know it, I think is a beautiful resort, it’s been family owned since the 1950’s and it’s really much more of a luxury boutique hotel than those typical large resorts, like their chef runs a culinary […]

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Jamaica Inn Summer Deal

This one was just too good to not post.

The Jamaica Inn in Ocho Rios, which if you don’t know it, I think is a beautiful resort, it’s been family owned since the 1950’s and it’s really much more of a luxury boutique hotel than those typical large resorts, like their chef runs a culinary program every Friday where you can go into town to the farmers market with him and then cook up some typical Jamaican dishes with him when you get back to the hotel…..I like that kind of experience way more that a resort. 71 more words

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