After a month of teaching phonetics to new European Wycliffe members, we were able to have a lovely week’s holiday on the North Somerset coast. It was great to get away on our own for a week after a very action-packed summer!

We even had some lovely sunshine which allowed us to explore the coastline, the hills and some little old villages. Dunkery Beacon, Dunster Castle and the start of the South West Coastal Path were especially picturesque, but we also enjoyed the little village of Selworthy, as well as Porlock Weir on the one grey drizzly day.

A big thank you too to our friends who gave us the caravan for a week!

Sunset on the first evening

Sunset on the first evening

The start of the South West Coastal Path, just west of Minehead

The start of the South West Coastal Path, just west of Minehead

The navigator tries to work out which way to the sea...

The navigator tries to work out which way to the sea…

The beautiful Dahlia garden at Dunster Castle

The beautiful Dahlia garden at Dunster Castle

What more could a guy want...? A steam train running every hour past the end of the caravan park!

What more could a guy want…? A steam train running every hour past the end of the caravan park!

Porlock Weir. Grey but somehow quaint

Porlock Weir. Grey but somehow quaint

Us on top of Dunkery Beacon, taken by a lovely but crazy group of old Welsh rugby players!

Us on top of Dunkery Beacon, taken by a lovely but crazy group of old Welsh rugby players!

Stopping off at Montacute House on the way back

Stopping off at Montacute House on the way back

If you’re interested in seeing a few more photos you can take a look here

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