Yesterday, we went for a little bimble along the Jurassic Coast. We picnicked on top of one of the highest peaks (only 600ft above the crashing waves), while the latest storm approached these septic isles. “I bet you’ve won the car of the carpark competition!” one admiring chap said to me. I usually do.
If you look closely at the first of these images you will be able to see some of the seven huge cruise ships currently at anchor in Weymouth bay. Some of these ships would normally have up to 5,000 holidaymakers plus crew on board. The second image shows a hard limestone shelf at the tide line, a feature of this stretch of coastline. And the last image is the car of the carpark competition winner, owners celebrating with a cup of tea!
There were no other classics, let alone classic Jags on the road. No MGBs, no oddball Brit saloons from the 1950s.
Anyway, back to the current topic on this thread. You can get a decent steak in Blighty. I’ll correct that, you can get an excellent steak in Blighty. Gauchos serve the best Argentinian sourced meat at very expensive restaurants across the land. I’ve experienced their service in the Sloane St, London restaurant. The selection of meat, still dripping red, was brought to the table. We selected our preferred cuts which were then cooked to perfection, and, with a suitable Argentinian wine, we enjoyed Blighty’s best steak. They also serve vegetables.