Agatha Christie – part 2

As part of the festival we walked along the marina and saw the Western ferry bringing in people from Brixham and Dartmouth, some dressed in character.

Western lady in Torquay Harbour

 

As we walked along we decided to have a sit and watch over the harbour. Within seconds the harbour was filled with singing by These reigning days.  I really enjoyed them.

 

These reigning days singing

Then we browsed around the Market. First we watched a display by these clog dancers.

Brightly coloured clog dancers.

Then we saw the birds of prey and this Owl caught my eye.

Owl

This is the first time I have seen the parrot sanctuary, what beautiful colours.

Red parrot

and finally enjoyed the rest of the stalls with the stall holders in costume.

Stall holders dressed to serve Agatha

 

 

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