Cornerways Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Multilingual staff
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... 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.
... Michaels Mount. The tide was in when we arrived, meaning that the island was cut off from the land, so we had a little stroll around the cute town and up on a hill for a good view, before grabbing a hot chocolate. Making our way to the beach we checked out some rock pools until the tide had vacated enough to reveal the walkway! Quite a cool experience walking across the sea but unfortunately the castle on the island was closed- the downside of ...
... As with so much of Indian culture, it is, I think, in part due to their religion. Young and old, rich and poor are unashamedly devout; religion forms a significant part of their daily lives and whether Hindu or Muslim, Sikh, Jain or Buddhist, Indians believe that individual men and women each have a significant role. Respect for one's fellow man does not, as in the west, mean a respect for his privacy and personal space, but engenders the need to engage ...
... to Penzance. It was quite a hike. We took a detour through the Westons- Super-Mare (where Angus' great grandfather went to school) and also drove through Plymouth which has a stunning bridge over the River Tamar (actually reminded me of Launceston in Tassie too!). It is surprising the number of impressive bridges we have passed over. As I'm always driving we don't have photos but I think a book of UK bridges would be quite interesting- so ...