Greylands Bed & Breakfast
Travel Blogs from Treburrick
... would no doubt have its own story to tell. Stumbled upon a beautiful cliffside walk way that provided stunning views of the Port Isaac harbour, the Atlantic Ocean and then north and south along the Cornwall coast. Walked down into the bay as it was low tide and we were able to walk out to the breakwater along a man made concrete pathway that is covered every high tide. Was interested watching some fishermen unload by tractor while their vessel was high and dry.
... car park and headed northwards back to Port Isaac.
Again frustrated by the narrow laneways about St Kew but eventually home about 17.00 -'just as it was getting dark.
Highest tide so far in the nay resulting in waves crashing onto the slipway and pounding agaimst the rocks protecting waterfront buildings.
Hoping for some similar weather tomorrow although we will not travel beyond Truro - looking forward to afyernoon Musical ...
... lovely farming lands towards St Mawes - grey but no rain - would have been spectacular with some bright sunshine. We habe noted many places beginning with three common beginnings - internet research reveals - " By Tre, Pol and Pen shall ye know all Cornishmen" ... Tre meaning settlememt or homestead, Pol meaning lake, pond or well and Pen being a hill or headland - you learn something every day!
Have also been amused by the strange place names ...
... quality skype sessions with Trina, Matt and later Jenny.
Weather improved a little later in the day so about 14:00 we set off on a drive to some nearby villages. Surprised nearby Port Quin consisted of nothing but a steep twisting road down into a bay, a few houses and then a similarly steep climb, on now familiar narrow roads, back up to the flatter farming lands.
Have noted a number of wind farms in Cornwall - all with about a dozen ...
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