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Travel Blogs from Port Isaac
... the fun begins as we're going around roundabouts to get off into a service facility as we were rather hungary. Just twice around & we were off. Thank goodness Greg was driving. Once onto the A roads it w as smooth sailing until we went off & onto the country lanes. This was per PAM OWENS GPS. Despite taking us the quickest way ( through narrow, narrow country lanes) it delivered us fight to the footstep. Just keyed in postcode & there you have it. Thanks again PAM as it ...
... to check cricket and footy scores! Then back to uthe cottage to have our Cornish pasties ordered from the farm shop across the road, strawberries (about the best you have ever tasted) and Cornish lemonade (Lill's bingo prize from last night). Enjoyed these in the sunshine in the cottage garden. Then it was into Liskeard - Greg and Mel to watch the cricket at the local pub and Lill and I hit the shops including the op shops! Then back to the pub ...
... around and had a famous Cornish Ice cream - delicious! Then off to Mevagissy - yep another fishing village. Just as good as the others. Delicious fresh fish lunch at The Wheelhouse on the wharf. Then went on a little fishing boat around the harbour with a very Cornish fisherman who sounded a lot like a pirate. Great fun and the perfect day for it. Back to the cottage and Lill and I went to the ...
... The town has retained all the harbour side warehouses, shops and pubs, used now to service sunburnt holiday makers. The buildings are around three sides of a small sheltered harbour kept at a constant depth by a lock. It reminded us of Honfleur in France. Boats moored outside of this harbour were being left high and dry in the mud as the dramatic tide in this area ran out.Today felt more like a holiday than a tour, so we made the most of it while we ...
... but no we somehow managed to change lines! It ran alongside a lovely tidal estuary and the tide was in with lots of bird life (which Lill loves). We wandered around this lovely fishing village - bakeries with Cornish pasties on every corner, Cornish ice cream and lots of fish and chip places. We then caught the bus to Polperro another little fishing village full ...
Other places to stay in Port Isaac
Trelights, Port Isaac | Hotelfrom $180
Fore Street, Port Isaac | Hotelfrom $93
44 Fore Street, Port Isaac | Hotelfrom $141
The Harbour Front, Port Isaac | Hotelfrom $216
Pendoggett, Port Isaac | 3 star hotelfrom $157