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Day 2: Exton to Buriton

Breakfast at Corhampton Lane was excellent, so was the packed lunch.

We left the farm-house at 9:00. Today's walk was hampered by floods; we had to back-track and use the disused railway running from Corhampton to get on the Way. The Way now begins to rise on to the downs proper, the views were more spectacular, but the wind was colder. Once again, we needed the layers. We arrived at Buriton at about 3:00pm.

We stayed at “The Master Robert Inn”. Our room there did not have a shower, only a bath. They did not serve food in the evening,

We ate in the bar of “The Five Bells”. We were lucky to get in there, they were very busy. The bar had a lot of dogs in there belonging to the customers. If that's a problem, you would be better booking your meal in advance so you can get in to the lounge restaurant.