It was obvious from the get go that this was not going to be my sport, however everyones efforts meant for many laughs and some serious competition for who would be crowned the winner! The range was dotted all around the grounds, meaning we traversed stunning woodland and open grass areas, and ended up in the dense shrubbery a few times to retrieve wayward discs!
Adam ended up being the victor, but everyone was smiling and enjoyed every minute of being outside in the sunshine. After this we walked down to the quay and had a drink by the waters edge before catching the ferry over to Plymouth, the sea was sparkling and everyone was out on their yachts, it felt like we were in Mediterranean rather than on the River Tamar!
Dinner was booked at a restaurant on the Royal William Yard, another historical site that has been regenerated into a thriving hub of businesses, eateries and bars. We stopped at the fabulous Le Vignoble, a wine bar where you can try many different types of wine from around the world, and I think it was unanimous that a stunning orange wine was the team favourite.