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On a beautiful English morning after a full English breakfast, we head over the River Severn and into the West Country. Sorry, no time for Somerset or Devon right now - the focus is Cornwall, the scene of many a summer holiday in Chris' childhood. How fondly he remembered Newquay - beautiful sand, harbour and those mussels, whelks and winkles! Not …
... settling on the best one being from in an old rum barrell, so it has a hint of rum flavour. Very tasty. We wandered round the farm, checking out all the factory equipment and some farm animals - peacocks, chickens, fluffy goats, and some black pigs obsessed with licking the floor.
Moving on we headed to Tintagel, where we parked up and ...
... backdrop. We got a hot chocolate and sat on the sea wall for a while taking it all in. With the sun dropping we picked up some food and headed back to our cottage for dinner and a fire.
... special experience to watch a play here. Carved into the stone of some of the seats are the names of the plays that have been performed here over the years. Pretty cool. There's also an awesome view of the cliffs and sandy cove from the cafe here.
With the sunset looming we continued West to catch it at Lands End. It had been a stunning day of clear blue skies and winter sun, so the sunset was well worth it. The sky lit up with beautiful ...
... thousands of Tata lorries delivering all kinds of produce and materials, all these were apparent. But the cows still meandered on motorways, the rice fields are still cultivated by colourful sareed women, every scrap of usable material is gathered up and recycled, even the cow-dung is carefully collected by hand and fashioned into neat cakes to be dried and then used for fuel. Barter is still an accepted form of trade and, however mean his stall, the ...