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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Started the trip at the famous signpost at Lands End. Lovely sunny morning and not too windy. Saw another pair of cyclists setting out on their Lands end to John O'Groats trip. They had a land rover full of supplies following them and spare bikes too. Steve looked very jealous. Met up for lunch near Penhallow and are now heading to Camelford for the night. It's good to be underway.
... we pass through are Pollgigga, Ardeneswath, Skewjack and Trevedra Common.
Land's End is the western most point in the UK, excluding Northern Ireland. There is quite a large hotel complex surrounded by a couple of villages. The weather was very cold and windy, but they told us the waves can blow up over the lighthouse; temp was 11.5, so we tucked our tails ...
... Penzance via Berry Pomeroy, Paignton, Totnes, Ivybridge, Ugborough, Yealmington, Blunts, Quethiock, Dartmouth and Plymouth, looking for a village to stay the night.
Plymouth is a big port city, so we skirt around it and continue via the smaller coastal towns and villages.
Devon and Cornwall are beautiful counties with lots of stone villages, ...
... had other boundaries, other causes for discomfort. And it was these things that I ought to be pushing or challenging.
This afternoon I tried to define my own boundaries and areas of discomfort. The list is still short, I am going to continue this activity and will attempt to define my own boundaries and then proceed to begin to challenge them.
The first personal boundary I managed to define was my discomfort with people and social situations. I have always sought ...
... and the hide was visited by tens of bird watchers who would enter, stay and ask of the pecsand. Upon hearing that the pecsand had wandered away they would leave again. You see, the other vital possession of the birdwatchers is a radio where they all hold the same frequency and any interesting sitings are communicated. Thus, once one birdwatcher had seen the pecsand from this bird hide he had radioed the occurrence and birdwatchers from across the ...