Thursday, 5 July 2012

Wheaton Aston

The prime reason for boaters to stop in Wheaton Aston is the cheap diesel - always seems to be about 10p/litre cheaper than anywhere else. We ventured beyond the fuel pump and discovered a pleasant village with a working farm in the main street, three places of worship, two pubs and a Bangladeshi restaurant.


The Momtaj Spice is upstairs next to the Coach & Horses pub and accessed via the stable entrance.To celebrate not having a swimming pool in our bilge anymore we ate here.

There were a number of dishes which were unfamiliar to us and those we selected were very tasty.  Well worth a visit if you are in the area.

There is a wide variety of domestic architecture in the village ranging from this old cottage...... this  atrociously extended thing

Key to the bin-man's schedule
An appreciation of aesthetics may not be necessary to live here but a certain level of mental acuity is required to follow the schedule for collection of wast and recycling.

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