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Port Isaac to Dorchester

Dorchester to Abbey Wood

London - Day 7

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Abergavenny to Chester

Chester to Stranraer

Stranraer to Omagh

Omagh to Dublin

Dublin to Glenville

Glenville to Lough Ree

Lough Ree to Belfast

Belfast to Loch Lomond

Loch Lomond to Inverness

Inverness to the Grampians

The Grampians to Edinburgh

Edinburgh to Consett

Consett to Doncaster

Doncaster to Warwick

Warwick to Moreton-In-Marsh

Moreton-In-Marsh to Cirencester

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DAY 29 - Cirencester to Fareham 26/06/2005

white horse cut in the chalk at AveburyWe were in no hurry as we slowly made our way south, stopping at a small town for the biggest, cheapest Sunday roast that I have ever bought. It was so big I could only eat one of the five types of green vegetables on my plate [really?]. The roast even had a Yorkshire pudding on it as well as the side of pork and stacks of roast vegetables.



Stonehenge at AveburyWe had been advised by the Bath camp-ground wardens that there was a bigger, better, older, freer and able-to-be-walked-around stone circle in Avebury. The stones weren't as tall and weren't close together but they were still interesting and cheaper than Stonehenge.


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