Cornishman Inn Tintagel
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... because the line was so incredibly long. We also go to go ice skating! Now these skates were not real skates (made of plastic) and for a Canadian, that is a hard thing to get over. Nonetheless we did it and it was a lot of fun. I am however, used to using figure skates which have the pick at the front of the toe. These did not. Thankfully, I only fell once.
... we could join the End To End Club, if we apply and provide documentation to show we had completed the trip. Again, spectacular cliffs, but very commercialised. Even met two lots of Aussies there. Could not believe our luck with beautiful sunny weather to see these fabulous sights.
Then drove to the edge of Bodmin Moor to camp on a farm for the ...
... first two days where dominated by the Rip Curl Pro. Seeing the best 32 surfers live and right there on the beach was really nice. I saw some heats, but missed out on the final because i wanted to surf myself… That’s the nice thing about traveling on your own - just do what you want! see the video to get a picture.
The great thing about the hostel must have been the group of people that were there. Everybody surfed, so this meant Duncan would drive all ...
... of King Arthur's Castle was even better.
All the fields have fences made of the local slate, and the fence across from us has a seat built into it as well as a sheep creep, a low gap which enables sheep but not cows to move from field to field. It also has flowers growing in it. My sister will be particularly interested in this, as her husband was aways encouraging her to built one.
We came home for morning tea, then drove to Port Isaac, about 20 minutes down ...
... the coast. Many places were a trip down memory lane stopping at other beautiful small fishing villages such as Mullion, Cadgwith, Coverack, St Keverne and Helford and at the larger towns of Falmouth, St Michaels mount, Truro, St Austell and Fowley. By now the rain was coming down relentlessly. The final leg of the journey home was through Dartmoor National Park. Still the rain beat down making driving pretty hazardous and visibility was non existent. We may as well have taken ...