The first night we arrived at the barn we just relaxed, had some nice food and watched a DVD as we were both tired after a busy week in work. We stayed at the barn at the end of last year (post here) and loved it so much that we headed back for a longer trip.
I spent Saturday morning with the lovely Rosie and her fiancée Tom in the historical town of Dorchester and I scoffed a huge slice of chocolate cake. After getting loads of tourist tips from Tom, Martyn and I headed off to Lulworth Cove and Durdle Door and wandered around in the sunshine taking in the wonderful sights.
Note how I'm bad at taking photos and Martyn takes nice ones of me even though it was so bright. Ooops.... Really need to learn how to use my camera.
Durdle door is a natural limestone arch on the Jurassic Coast and was only about 5 miles away from the barn and Brisport. If you are ever in the area I urge you to visit. It's such a lovely place to walk and sit and watch the sea rolling in.
You can never have enough cake when you're on holiday so after a day out we headed back to the barn for some scones with generous helpings of clotted cream. Yum!