Summer Hols - Part 2

As with all good camping holidays the rain eventually tracked us down.  We spent the last full day of our holiday in Torquay and visited the nearby, rather large, miniature village.

And then the weather got even wetter and a, luckily dry, night was spent in the trusty tent listening to the weather and desperately hoping to avoid a toilet trip whilst it was pouring it down.

The day of the drive home dawned bright and sunny - typically - and so a very pleasant morning was spent in Dartmouth doing some serious damage to my bank account purchasing a print of the area.

A day at home was had to recover and then off to London for some serious culture.  First stop Anne Boleyn at Shakespeare's globe followed by a walk along the river.  

And then, in the evening, off to Charing Cross Road area for Much Ado About Nothing with David Tennant and Catherine Tate.  Both plays were brilliant and David Tennant made an excellent Benedick.  Unfortunately, possibly due to my dithering, we did not manage to get any autographs, but I did just about get a photo of David Tennant amongst the autograph hunters.

And considering all we packed in I actually felt really refreshed by the end of the week.


Impera Magna said…
What fun... glad you had a good time!