M43***62Unfortunately due to Covid, the butterfly farm was closed but the otter sanctuary is still open and well worth a visit. Visits cost £8 per adult and is for a 2hour visiting slot. Lots of beautiful otters to see, in several enclosures. Habitat was excellent for them and all had pool as well as indoor shelter area. The sanctuary is a family run business caring for several types of otter and obviously have a great love of these beautiful creatures. Feeding time is a must, such excitement amidst the otters when they smell the fish.
M43***62We had a really good experience visiting the caves. Covid requirements were all in place and masks mandatory but this didn't take away from the experience. Our tour guide was very good and provided us with an informative tour with good humour included. The tour was very interesting with good historical content which was good for all age groups. A good experience for any day of the week / year and good for families.
WillSumIf you walk from St Davis Railway Station to the city, you will pass this bridge. In fact, from a distance, I really can’t tell that there is a bridge here. Perhaps it is because this hillside wants people to walk less, so this bridge was built. , Slowing down the slope of the car.
Both ends of the bridge are connected by residential and commercial areas, but here is a good angle to look at the church bell tower next to it.
WillSumExeter is a relatively historic city in southwestern England. The heritage here is preserved even among the modern buildings in the city centre.
The church is located on a platform inside the shopping center, as if this small courtyard was specially prepared for him
Part of the quaint building has now become a ruin, and there is a shop selling ice cream next to it, you can sit in a daze and bask in the sun.
However, the overall prayer structure of the chapel has not been destroyed.