I told you that last week Tim, Claire and I went to Clovelly for the day - Those in England ill know exactly the village I mean ... but, for those who don't - it's a privately owned fishing village - that still has to use sledges to move things around ... either that, or donkeys.
Yes, you have to be fit - it has steps as a main road - is north- east facing, so tends to be cool, although out of the prevailing winds.
Still a fishing village - but now more used for a stop on the tourist trail - although it was also visited by Charles Dickens, Whistler and was the childhood home of Charles Kingsley.
The view from the carpark!
Inside Charles Kingsley's House -
Half way from top to bottom -
The harbour -
Looking back at the village -
Local Waterfall -
Side roads -
Don't tell Claire ... but ...
The local taxi service, near the top -
The Norman Font -