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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... by humans across the ages, with great natural beauty and flowing water. We saw once again how nature gradually overcomes any efforts by our species to tame and conquer her. Here was a place to calm the mind and bring the senses alive and as we traversed the rises and falls in this magical landscape I began to understand some of the deeper wisdom described so beautifully in the Sun and the Serpent:
"To begin to communicate with ...
... end we had reached Crowan and once again found calm and peace.
Another highlight today was finding we could once again feast on blackberries by the roadside which have all come into season. They became refreshment to help us scale Tregonning Hill where we sat with 360 degree views. In this airy environment we could gaze at the sea on either side of Cornwall and our lunch seemed that much ...
... to the Castle. Our first direct benefit from 4 years of membership. We read in the guide book that the Mary ley line only goes through the bottom of the mount and not the Castle and at this time of year, with tourists thick on the ground, it is hard to get a sense of any special connection to things of a more spiritual nature.
I should have mentioned before now that the only reason we are walking this route was because of an article posted ...
... and around to get to any destination.
The bay didn't seem to hold much promise, vast carpark, mass of humans and not a huge beach but I was hoping as the tide subsided, an expanse of sand would be revealed. And so it was, along with many tiny bays, caves, rocks, cliffs and beautiful crystal clear surf.
The sea subsided abruptly, and its quite shallow at the base of the cliffs. The beach, therefore reveals itself quickly and with real drama. ...
... the sea then headed to Wharf Road where were ended up at the Onshore Restaurant for an awesome feed. And here's a fun fact; Driving across Cornwall after dark whilst using a sat nav with a penchant for two way roads about the width of a small car is one of the most terrifying things you can do in a Nissan Note with your seatbelt on. At one point she (we called her Bridget) took us down ...