Yesterday's Guardian today had some truly beautiful travel writing.
"The pace of life isn't a drama here," observed my bloke, contentedly, while we slipped effortlessly from lattes to lunch at the Beach House Cafe, eating oily bruschetta and Thai cod cakes whose mint-laden mayonnaise evoked not Asia but Sunday lunch.
Truly beautiful. And the John Masefield quotes top the article off like a sprinkling of hundreds and thousands on a knickerbocker glory. And all for a mere £2,643 for seven nights in July and August. Dorset is truly God's own country.
And a fantastic full page advertisement on the back page of the Guardian Review:-
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What wonderful biting wit! Worthy of Mr Wilde or, dare I say it, Ms Parker herself.
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