March 11th 2008 Continued…
We arrived in Teignmouth some 5-10 minutes later, and headed through the town to the sea front, quite a lot of avian activity here, likely due to the availability of sea creatures being displaced by the storm.
The sea appeared much more calmer here due to the gently slopped beach, although still enough to make a crash on the sand and the wind was still very strong.
At the end of the beach we came across what appears to be an old tower or lighthouse, and behind the Lynton House Hotel.
At the end is the mouth of the river, and the road bridge. We then made our way back along the Sea Front.
Now onward to the Sea Wall between Teignmouth and Holcombe.