Cornishman Inn Tintagel
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... 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 ...
We flew from Jersey on a commuter flight that took just 40 minutes. Still raining we were able to glimpse the Devon coast as we came into land in Exeter. We collected the rental car, a Fiat 500 thing that looks like a Dr Seuss car, in black and white. Very odd, just as well no-one knows us!
Matilda directed us to my father's home in a tiny village in north Cornwall called Trellizick. We were to occupy the house next door, usually used as a holiday let but ideal as a base ...
... a shitload of gifts and emptied 43 bottles of wine… So thank you if you where part of that! and I will miss you over the coming time! check footage for an impression.
I am now in Newquay where i just had my first day of lifeguard training. Doing CPR, rescuing unconscious people and meeting new people again :-) I will try to keep you posted this way with more movies, stories and pictures during our trip in the coming months!
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... town as this is where the tv show Doc Martin is filmed. So having worked out how to use the gps, we were following it until it started leading us down some very narrow, steep and winding roads. Once we finally got there it looked like you had to park at the top of the road and walk 1km down into the village. As we were running late and it was pouring with rain we decided to head off. Our next stop ...
... if the sculptor's museum and sculpture Garden is open. The 2.5 metre wide streets are set out in an evolved rather than in a planned pattern. They remind me of what a rabbit warren might look like. I leave the TD to collect the car and to meet at a spot about 100 m along the harbour. I drive down some of the warren like streets in an effort to drive to the prearranged spot. I find myself overlooking the next headland about 1 km from where I was ...