In Cornwall we spent the day on the beach in Looe. We thought it was funny when Dad said that we were all going to (the) Looe. At the beach we dug the biggest hole ever. When Kyle got in the hole he disappeared and you couldn't see him.
Editor's note: We didn't see any pirates in Cornwall but there were lots of people that said "Arrr".
The roads were really narrow with stone walls either side and it took ages to drive to Boscastle on the other side of Cornwall. Mum and Dad took us to the place where they were engaged. It was up on the cliffs on a headland in Boscastle. We liked throwing rocks off the cliff into the sea.
Boscastle is a really old village with mainly stone houses. Some of the houses had bendy roofs.
There was a Witchcraft museum with stories of witches and wizards. There was a place to park your broomstick. Near Boscastle is the place were King Arthur was born. It could be a legend or magic or both.
In Bristol we saw Shaun the Sheep statues everywhere wearing costumes - it looked pretty funny. Liam liked the Dragon sheep.
We drove back to London and went to Avebury on the way. Avebury has the biggest stone circle in the world. Inside the stone circle are other stones circles, a town and a pub.
We walked around the massive stones and it was really cold, but it felt peaceful. There was also the largest man made hill in the UK.
On the way we saw old thatched roofs (made of straw/ wheat) and new thatched roofs too!
Tomorrow we leave the United Kingdom to start our journey home. We have one more stop to go.