Cape Cornwall Golf & Leisure
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCape Cornwall Golf & Leisure St Just
The Southwest Coastal path skirts this golf course
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... balance and I have enjoyed having more to think about than just my feet!! Even they are being supportive and are starting to feel normal again. As for the next challenge? Lucy has already volunteered both Trina and me for the Culture Crawl round London on 19th September in aid of Maggie's Centres. (Note to feet.... It's only a few hours!) Beyond that, she would like to do something more next summer. She is sure she doesn't need to spend two months ...
We had a 7 hour trip down Mounts Bay, past Lizard Point and the Manacles and into Falmouth. By the time we arrived the sea had calmed and the sun was shining, so we all agreed that Falmouth is a nice place. We have Thursday here to clean the boat and mooch about. Falmouth is an easy place to mooch.
Nearly home - we have been sending texts to friends ...
Just 7 hours on the engine into a light Eastrerly breeze in lovely sunshine and we were anchored in the shadows of St Michael's Mount.
We sailed out of Cork harbour at 09:30 on a bearing of 148° and arrived at St Marys (Scilly) 29 hours later. We sailed most of the way and all through the night. It was a good wind for us but the sea state, though moderate, consisted of a 2 meter swell on our starboard side so it was a tad uncomfortable. After 12 hours it go it a bit tedious and there wasn't much conversation. No one was very hungry, though Viv had prepared ...
... born. And having sworn that she would never camp. After three weeks she had rather taken to the campervan so you never know! And I will go back walking. Many is the time when I have gazed out of a train window or looked down from an aircraft at some distant hills and wondered. I've wondered what lies beyond those hills and wanted to don my boots and explore. Now I've done it and loved it. And it does need to be long distance. There is no feeling quite ...