Carbis Bay Hotel & Spa
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... walking I'm pretty good at navigating by my map and at the end of the day I took a risk by ignoring the route notes to deviate from the coast and take what appeared on the map to be shortcut to my B&B in Lamorna via a very indistinct track. I reckoned this would save me a least a mile. To access this shortcut I ignored all the very large and prominent "Private, Not A Public Footpath" signs and crept through the large and beautifully ...
... of the major 19th century mining sites.
Well before I reached Sennen Cove I had my first distant views of Lands End, the most westerly point in both Cornwall and England. Frankly, I feel two weeks of this coastal walk is probably too much. I've now completed about 90 miles (150 kms) and just two days and 17 miles to go.
But there are still some sites ...
... 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 ...
Rich, Tracy and Anne were all up early this morning as they had loads to get sorted for breakfast. Anne went to Asda early to get the last few things we needed for the table. The dining room was decked out with all sorted of Happy Birthday banners and balloons and the table was set then the kitchen became the focal point as we prepared breakfast. Scrambled eggs, bacon, tomatoes, Tracy's lovely pancakes, toast and a huge bowl to mixed ...
... How unfair.
As an 8 year old back in the 1950s how could I have imagined that one day I'd be the one going to St Ives? Well, I had to wait over 60 years, but here I was, the one going to St Ives.
Nothing much to report. No startling scenery, just some more populated beaches
with the locals out in force despite 14c maximum temperature, most hiding behind
their portable wind breaks ...