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... to persevere, I believe you'll be rewarded as these last two sections of the coastal walk do include some very popular attractions.
The highlight for me today was Land's End. I remember hearing stories as a child about how Englishmen were scared of visiting Land's End as they thought they might fall off! This possibility fascinated me and I've wanted to see it ever since. And today I had my wish.
The locals lament the ...
It was quite a difficult walk today. Just 11 miles from Pendeen to Sennen Cove but a lot of ups and downs as well as some rock scrambling. Again all coastal scenery so I reckon most blog readers will have had enough photos of the coast. But today was a little different in that the path passed through probably the most heavily copper and tin mined section of the Cornish coast with ...
... the sea just off the the beach.
Encountering an adder, England's only venomous snake, at our feet on the path, excitedly watching it slither away through the grass.
Overnighting in the gorgeous little parish of Zennor, staying in a converted chapel; visiting the impressive little Wayside Museum & Trewey Mill that documents early Cornish mining and domestic lifestyle and produces flour from a restored water powered mill; ...
... rough and I enjoyed the walk much more than yesterday's. Evidence of the tin and copper mining industry was everywhere.
I've been suffering from stomach cramps for the last three days and my imagination has been running away with me (I kept thinking of how in 2006 Cate was suffering from stomach cramps when we were overseas, but she still did everything as only Cate would including climbing the Eiffel Tower via the stairs rather than using the ...
... and presents at the table before we tidied up. We headed for Charlestown in the afternoon, a small port famous for its tall ships (it's also featured in the new series of Poldark). We walked down by the harbour then went to 'wreckers' cafe where we all had a cream tea. We then went to the Shipwreck & Heritage Centre and walked through its museum detailing the shipwreck and the history of the port. It included a section on the ...