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... to persevere, I believe you'll be rewarded as these last two sections of the coastal walk do include some very popular attractions.
The highlight for me today was Land's End. I remember hearing stories as a child about how Englishmen were scared of visiting Land's End as they thought they might fall off! This possibility fascinated me and I've wanted to see it ever since. And today I had my wish.
The locals lament the ...
... forward to seeing, the apparently cute village of Mousehole, and I'm hoping the tides will be kind to me so I can walk across to St Michael's Mount, and it will be fun to say I've been to Lands End. I was also looking forward to seeing Penzance the final destination of the walk on Friday, but I'm told it has fallen on tough times and is quite run down and unattractive nowadays..
... at the granite 12th Century church of St Senara containing the famous 600 year old Mermaid's Chair; eating gastro-pub food and drinking very tasty local ale (Mermaid of Zennor bitter - a brilliant brew) at the popular and ancient Tinners Arms while chatting with other customers as the setting sun very gradually lowered itself into the Atlantic Ocean to end a simply perfect day.
Zennor Head to St Just
Our longest and ...
... she reckoned the queues were too long! Two weeks after returning to Oz, she needed life threatening emergency surgery for secondary cancer in the bowel. Her survival was just one of miracles Cate pulled off.)
Pendeen is a very small Cornish village and I was therefore surprised but very pleased to spot a doctor's surgery as I walked in. And even more pleased when the receptionist gave me the last available appointment for the day. A very nice ...
... even swimming.
St Ives is the largest centre since I started a week ago in Padstow and being a Saturday the waterfront and narrow lanes of the old town were very crowded. As in Padstow, a lot of people just sat in seats or hired deckchairs on the edge of the harbour where they had a grandstand view of the boats sitting on the sandy bottom.
7th June 2015
A rest day. I stayed at the hotel all ...