Travel Blogs from St Ives
I spend my time between the vibrant, happening, cosmopolitan world of Chorlton Manchester and the utter opposite in quiet, yet exciting on a beautiful scale, Tregiffian is a small hamlet to the west of Penzance and above one of my favourite beaches in the world, the simple Gwenver or Gwyner Beach near ...
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8) Greek Islands (Lesbos, Crete and Rhodes)
11) Gaza and the West Bank
20) Czech Republic
... set in stunning rock, sand and fish n chip shop backdrops. Freezing seas and unpredictable weather, veering swiftly from cold cold cold to hours of downpour and wind storms. If you could picture an untouched desert island, you probably wouldn't have booked Cornwall.
Having spent the night in the hen paddock barn (accompanied by a baying baby, who had a bugbear at 5am; eeyore-ing his little heart out), daddy got up at 6am to secure the coffee he would need to make it through the ...
We are living in a Dylan Thomas fantasy setting of tiny villages running down to the sea, where waves crash wildly against granite walls a thousand years old, and ragged island out-crops are adorned with light-houses, tiny chapels, or ancient castles. The last Cornish speaker died in 1777, but her language lingers in the Cornish dialect and accent, which can be heard in any shop, or outside ...
... really enjoyed chatting to Christo and Katie's friends that we were sitting next to throughout dinner, we had lots of laughs and just a really good time. I'm not sure if everyone knew what was coming but because I'd been party to the minute-by-minute plan I knew that there was a Zumba/Salsa teacher coming in to get everyone up on the dance floor, of course this wasn't before the newly-married couple had danced their first dance! Their love for each other ...