|This is the view from our veranda in Falmouth, England. We couldn’t be more thrilled to be here.|
As much as I’d like to do a whole post tonight, I don’t have it in me. Only minutes ago, we finished our first homemade dinner in Falmouth, England (we both were too pooped to go out to eat), and now it is almost 2100 hours, 9:00 pm.
We’ve yet to unpack and start laundry since when we arrived. We had to grocery shop and found converters/adapters for our plug-ins when nothing we had on hand worked. Mission accomplished, along with the purchase of a SIM card for my phone.
We rushed back to our new temporary home, tried to figure out how to use the complicated “hob,” only finding answers from a YouTube video. We’ve run into this issue in the past, but finally, the chicken breasts were baking in the oven.
Tom’s rice was cooking on the stovetop along with my pre-cut stir fry veggies, all of which we purchased at the well-stocked Tesco store in the charming holiday town of Falmouth.
I assure you, we’ll be heading there after some much-needed rest and taking photos for days on end. It truly is a wonder. With the final weekend before school starts again on Monday, it was packed with tourists.
By Monday or Tuesday, it will thin out, and we’ll be able to leisurely take our time to enjoy this magical place and walk the hilly streets based on how much I can do.
So, for now, I’m wrapping this up, but once we get laundry started in the morning, I’ll be back downstairs sitting on the comfy sofa surrounded by fluffy decorative pillows, anxious to share more with all of you.
Have a fabulous evening and enjoy a sneak peek at the above photo of our outstanding view of Falmouth Harbour. Wow!
|We’ve rarely been this close to a waterbuck since they remain close to the river, impossible for us to access. What a handsome animal! For more Chobe photos, please click here.|