Once in Sidmouth, we headed for the camping shop to buy camping gas. You cannot carry it on the plane. Afterwards we had a late lunch in a wee deli that had a huge range of preserves, pickles, fruit wines and gins. Sidmouth has lots on nice, old fashioned shops that you could wander round for hours. There are also lots of fashionable, as well as health conscious quirky places to eat.
We eventually made our way to our accommodation for the night at the top of the hill above the town. After a wee siesta period (start as you mean to go on), we went out to stretch the legs and re-familiarise ourselves with the seafront but we needn't have bothered because the mist was so thick you could barely see. So after some last minute purchases, mainly snacks, it was back to the house to go over the route for tomorrow (again) and then to bed to dream of the hills and dales that await for us tomorrow.