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Travel Blogs from Caerhays
I awake according to my custom before 5am:
Seagulls circling early,
"Come join us".
It's a rest day and we take the time to farewell Ed onto the London train and focus on preparing ourselves for the next stage of this adventure.
... as they didn't have good Barbie bricks. Won't rub it in but really dodgy bricks and technique. Been out deep sea fishing and Sean and I have done a Rick Stein course, fabo.
We were treated to a beautiful meal at the Port Gavern Hotel hy Emily & Sean. And thank you Emily for the beautiful gift of the cooking course.
Oscar and I have been bogey boarding in the Atlantic and after the numbness kicked in we really enjoyed ourselves. Actually a lot of time we ...
... We also have the encumbrance of our rain jackets on as the showers come and go.
We walk up to the church and are surprised to find it still locked at 9.15 on a Sunday morning. So, with heads down we try to walk off our frustration and disappointment, however I very soon begin to realise this pack is just too heavy for me. I continue to try and get the weight off my shoulders onto the waist band around my hips, but the weight ...
... with the trillions of microbes that live in every gram of soil and were resting alongside the pores of my skin. Somehow we are being transported to another world, and yet it is still this world, the one I cruise across the surface of, without recognition for most of my life. We eat hardboiled eggs and cold marmite toast with tomatoes bought from a family garden along the way, yet today the food is irrelevant, as I am filled to overflowing by ...
... of the morning, so the afternoon was to provide a wonderful compensation.
Meeting a friendly local, called Martin, who was out walking his neighbour’s dog which was called Vanille (query spelling of French word for Vanilla) but which Martin insisted on simply calling dog. Martin escorted us through secret footpaths down into Kennell Vale nature trust. We found a veritable natural wonderland, which had been occupied ...