There is so much to see here in England, I can barely keep up with my postcards!
We spent a day in Bath, that's the name of the city. Its called Bath because they are the only natural hot springs in England. The Romans built a big bathing resort there as they thought that the water was able to cure many ills.
The currant city of Bath is actually built over the ruins of the Roman city.
But you can still see much of it by going underground and the baths have been partially restored.
We then went to Devon and stayed a couple of nights at a farm. The country roads are very narrow and there are tall bushes called hedgerows along either side.
The closer we got to the farm the narrower they got until there was only room for one car and if a car came the other way then someone had to back up! Fortunately that didn't happen much.
We had dinner at a town called Lyme Regis. The roads are very narrow there too and there are traffic lights in case a car is coming the other way.
But the bus drivers still managed to get double decker buses through the narrow streets.
The next day at the farm we went for a walk and caught up with some cousins of mine.
After we went to River Cottage Headquarters. We had a tour of the yummy looking vegetables and then lunch.
Like the size of this garden.
I am not a rabbit!
After lunch I was introduced to the chef and he tried to cook me! Luckily the were only joking but I wasn't impressed.
Eat more chicken less pork!!!!!!