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Travel Blogs from Port Isaac
... new tyre (who hit the pothole up the road?) , the Channel Tunnel and ferry are booked, the breathalyser kit, the red triangle, and the high vis jacket are all ready and waiting to go... lets hope they wont be needed.
So far the route is supposed to go like this: Cornwall to Folkestone where we take the 'chunnel' across to Calais. From there its down through France to Verbier, Switzerland, where we have to tie up all the loose ends ...
... P I got to take photos on Rons camera today!! He wanted me to take pictures of him and Abi together on the cliff top on a bench. So I got to use his super awesome camera and he even approved of the photo! He said I have graduated from his class, wooh oo!! :DDD Everywhere has these slate rock houses and walls that are made up of heaps and heaps of tiny thin rocks staked together. Each side of the country lanes has a slate rock wall then covered in a ...
... there for most of the day and then Mike and I went to pick up Ron and Abi from a near by beach. Mike had dropped them off at 10am this morning because they were going for an all day walk along the coast together. They ended up walking over 13kms down the coast and checking out everything as they went. I was definitely happy to go to the adventure park instead of walking that! We just chilled and played Banagrams tonight and had beef stroganoff - Jamie ...
... which leads to a very cramped cabin. It's very loud with all 10 of us in here and they all decided to come in very loudly at 7am which did not impress Lizzie and I :P It's just a bit annoying because I can barely get into the bathroom with everyone here and my child's sized bunk bed is too short for me and I have to stick my feet through the wooden panels to fit. Meal time is crazy with 10 of us here in a ...
... and Abi waited in the car while Ron and I took photos and walked down to the bottom. But walking back up the steps was a nightmare! It had gotten so cold by the time Ron and I had headed back to the car and we sounded like 80 year old chain smokers from how out of breath we were and from the freezing air in our lunges. But it was worth it because I ended up getting some really cool pictures and even Ron liked them. He said I'll be taking ...
Other places to stay in Port Isaac
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Fore Street, Port Isaac | Hotelfrom $93
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The Harbour Front, Port Isaac | Hotelfrom $216
Pendoggett, Port Isaac | 3 star hotelfrom $157