Bude Tidal Pool
Before leaving the town of Bude; Agata wanted to test out the Seawater tidal pool, so relatively early in the morning we walked there with a Swimming costume:
As we left surf school was starting
We walked back through Bude Town centre and actually bought a few items!
Leaving Bude Campsite
We left Upper Lynstone camping, another clean, tidy, quiet campsite with great facilities at a fair price!
Drive, Drive and Drive
Next a long and initially moderately scary drive to A30, then M5, M4 towards Henley on Thames. The initial A30 road was rather narrow, not what we were expecting from a 2 digit A class British road :-(
Nice stop for lunch
We stopped off in the lorry park of a Motorway rest stop. All our own food and facilities. A notable improvement on the Service Station fayre.
Arrival Swiss Farm
Agata found and I booked a wonderfully appropriately named Campsite. What it has to do with Switzerland we never found out.
We realised it was /posh/ when we found that the grey water dump and refill point came complete with a hand sanitiser on a pole to keep your hands clean!
The site is beautifully laid out with hardstanding electric pitches grouped into areas with bushed separating hedges. And a pool!
Henley is known to be very posh so we thought we would have no trouble finding somewhere nice to eat our dinner that we took from the motorhome.
We found a park by the lake, the setting was just perfect!
After dinner we walked the long way back to our motorhome via the river bank. And now a pre midnight time for bed on this out last full day of holiday : -(
Reasonable steppage today but not all steps recorded, honest, so actually better than indicated.
Day08 video diary
Upper Lynstone Camping
Swiss Farm Campsite
Day01: Destination England
Day02: Arrival Avebury
Day03: Race to the Stones
Day04: Avebury to Somerset
Day05: Lahydrock House, Cornwall, Eden Project
Day06: Heligan Gardens, Lizard Point, Marazion
Day07: Lands End, Minak Threatre, Bude
Day08: Swimming, Driving, Henley