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Travel Blogs from Port Isaac
... birthplace of King Arthur of Round Table fame, very legendary as the story spans about 1000 years in the making. Camelot for instance is reputed to be somewhere near Wells in Somerset about 100 miles away!!
You can surely learn more on Google.
We tried to rekindle memories of Boscastle but again parking was a problem and along with a downpour disuaded us from stopping, so a quick ...
... shack housed a broad cockney who took about 7 quid off us for admission, a further lengthy climb got us eventually to some scttered stones and the makings of a group of round houses which originally had very thick walls about 7 ft high, divided into "courtyards" and roofed round house dwellings. The courtyards were either work areas, gardens or for livestock. They were inhabited by friendly ...
Light rain as we left Bugle became a consistent drizzle as we approached Lands End. We took a diversion to St Mawes on the way and checked out Henry Viiith castle, plus the harbour and a coffee shop. Had some fun trying to get on the right road back to the highway, finished up on some scary "green lanes". One lane and severe bends which dosen't give you much time to take avaiding action, should a bloody ...
... Barton Inn; landlord this time and I hope he only felt sorry for me!
Just past Crackington Haven is a dramatic ridge called Castle Point. A tiddler by comparison to High Cliff, at about 330’ but it drops steeply into a combe on one side and the Atlantic on the other. This was just about as bad as my vertigo has been, but I decided the view and exposure was so good it would be a great lunch spot. Once I sat down I didn’t feel so dizzy!
... of having to do this again for 7 more days!
Funny how much more talkative people were today than yesterday. The weather maybe? Anyway, met Jan Ingram on the path with Irene before Port Isaac and she donated £10 on the spot. Thanks Jan. Then in Port Isaac had lunch on the harbour wall with Maude and Barbara, who also made a donation. Thanks. Here is another coincidence; last night in Dora we watched the new series of Doc Martin ...
Other places to stay in Port Isaac
Trelights, Port Isaac | Hotelfrom $154
Fore Street, Port Isaac | Hotelfrom $93
44 Fore Street, Port Isaac | Hotelfrom $115
The Harbour Front, Port Isaac | Hotelfrom $154
Pendoggett, Port Isaac | 3 star hotelfrom $143