Port William Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free parking
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Counting down.... only 6 days left until we leave on our road trip from Kernow to Kefalonia, can't wait to leave.
We are in the middle of last minute preparations for the drive, the kitchen has been turned into Mission HQ which just means that things are chaotic and there is quite a bit of swearing, mainly at laptops... and each other.
Slowly progress is being made on the never ending "To Do" list! we have a clean car, ...
... Tintagel. It was definitely not what I expected, I thought it was a castle that you walk around that was really old but it's actually just ruins of the castle with the most amazing views surrounding it. It's the perfect place for a castle because the water basically runs 3/4 of the way around and you can see every angle. This castle is famous because it is known as the castle of King Arthur and Merlin, even though they weren't real which confuses me. But ...
... really scary to push yourself off the top because it looked like you would break your back. But Josiah was doing it so I went and did it, both the small and the tall one, but poor Lizzie couldn't get herself to do it. It was so funny tho, even Mike did it! We looked like such idiots on a few of the rides that were definitely made for kids but it was still so much fun. Elliot and Josiah had the best day and didn't stop smiling and running around the whole time. ...
... which was Abi's, Jono's and Lizzie's old houses and school and creek they used to hang out in, in the country in Cornwall. Then we headed back to the holiday park and Josiah, Elliot and I played soccer for a while. Then we all just relaxed in the afternoon and checked out the blood moon and space station crossing over us in the night time. It seems that everyone is just basically staying in our cabin except for when ...
... the edge of the waterfront, it is has really old streets with cobblestone roads and old shops and buildings, then you walk out and there is all the boats set up everywhere. Then when you walk out further you see the lighthouse and out into the ocean. Plymouth used to be a naval port because it has perfect access, they even had a navy boat there. Then I had an Icecream cone of death which Ron said was amazing and he gets everytime. So it's a ...