The Borthalan Hotel
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... the castle. Unfortunately it was not open, but you could still stroll around the fort bits on the hillside. Pretty impressive and nice for a wander. Again on such a beautiful sunny day, we were spoilt with views. Managed to spot another seal in the water aswell!
From here it was time to head home, but what a lovely few days of winter Cornish sun!
... 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.
... of season! Still nice for a wander round the tiny community and pretty harbour, with some good steps for us to soak up some sun and enjoy a flapjack!
Leaving Marazion, we continued along the coast to Porthcurno and the Minack Theatre. This is an open-air theatre built into the sea cliff. It's amazing! Terraces of stone leading down to the main stage area with balconies and things as well, all with the backdrop of the ocean. I imagine it is ...
... description; there are literally masses of people – 1½ billion of them approximately. Thankfully we never met all of them, although in the cities it sometimes seemed that we did. Old Delhi Railway Station appeared to contain a significant proportion of the population when we arrived from Ramnagar. Lesson 1: never think you can dispense with a porter; 200 rupees is well spent.
So what is it that makes the Indian so different from his ...
... that is close to the heart of all the babes. Today we're off to Lands End and hopefully we'll climb some rocky mountains and find our pirate kings..... No pirate kings materialised but we did a good imitation of climbing rocky mountains, as well as visiting the amazing Minack theatre - an amphitheatre carved into a cliff overlooking the sea, stepping back to the Iron Age in the ruins of Carn Euny and seeing a spectacular sunset over St ...