Bath, England, May 2021

Bath is a city in Somerset, South-West England. It is famous for and is named after its Roman baths.

Tuesday, 18th May 2021

Tony outside Sally Lunn’s, a well known cafe in the centre of Bath. The building is one of the oldest surviving houses in the city with the sign outside claiming it dates from circa 1482. It is named after the legendary Sally Lunn. She is said to have been a Huguenot refugee, who arrived in the 1680s, and established a bakery. The cafe is well known for the famous Sally Lunn buns, which are similar to the sweet brioche breads of France. There is also a small kitchen museum inside.
Tony outside Sally Lunn’s, a well known cafe in the centre of Bath. The building is one of the oldest surviving houses in the city with the sign outside claiming it dates from circa 1482. It is named after the legendary Sally Lunn. She is said to have been a Huguenot refugee,

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Teignmouth, Devon, 18th April 2021

The 3-arched railway bridge, leading out of Teignmouth towards Dawlish, with Tony on the right.
The 3-arched railway bridge, leading out of Teignmouth towards Dawlish, with Tony on the right.
Hole Head, the photo is taken parallel to the cliff face with Tony in the middle. Deep reddish orange cliff above.
Hole Head, the photo is taken parallel to the cliff face with Tony in the middle. Deep reddish orange cliff above.
Hole Head, taken at an angle with Tony in the lower left and a small section of sea on the right. Loads of cliff above.
Hole Head, taken at an angle with Tony in the lower left and a small section of sea on the right. Loads of cliff above.

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Devon & Cornwall, England, August 2020

Dartmouth, Devon

Tuesday, 11th August 2020

Dartmouth and Kingswear are small historical towns on the banks of the River Dart in South Devon. Dartmouth is known for its naval and boating history.

Tony touching an old canon located on the Embankment at Dartmouth. It points into the River Dart estuary, which is visible behind, with Kingswear on the far bank.
Tony touching an old canon located on the Embankment at Dartmouth. It points into the River Dart estuary, which is visible behind, with Kingswear on the far bank.
Tony next to a memorial plaque commemorating the 50th anniversary of D-Day. Boats in the River Dart can be seen behind.
Tony next to a memorial plaque commemorating the 50th anniversary of D-Day.

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South Africa, Botswana, Zimbabwe and Zambia, March 2020

A park close to Randburg, near Johannesburg, South Africa. Tony is with Niel, his South African couchsurfing host, and Yurika from Japan.
A park close to Randburg, near Johannesburg, South Africa. Tony is with Niel, his South African couchsurfing host, and Yurika from Japan. Taken on the afternoon of 5th March.

Gaborone, Botswana

Afternoon of Saturday, 7th March 2020

Cows wondering by a road, near Gaborone Town, capital of Botswana. They seem to wander where they want! Taken on afternoon of 7th March.
Cows wondering by a road, near Gaborone Town, capital of Botswana. They seem to wander where they want! Taken on the afternoon of 7th March.

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Dresden, Germany, January 2020

Dresden is the capital of the German state of Saxony. It is the second largest city on the River Elbe after Hamburg. The urban area has a population of 790,000. The name of the city as well as the names of most of its boroughs and rivers are of Slavic origin. The city centre and nearby surrounding areas have several historic and cultural attractions.

Afternoon and evening of Wednesday 22nd January 2020

Standing at the north side of the enormous Neumarkt Square close to the Dresden Frauenkirche (Church of Our Lady). This Lutheran church, first built in the 11th century and reconstructed in the 18th century, was destroyed during the bombing of Dresden during World War II. The remaining ruins were left for 50 years as a war memorial, following decisions of local East German leaders. The church was rebuilt after the reunification of Germany, starting in 1994. The reconstruction of its exterior was completed in 2004 and the interior in 2005.
Standing at the north side of the enormous Neumarkt Square close to the Dresden Frauenkirche (Church of Our Lady).

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