The Longcross Hotel & Gardens
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I cannot believe that in just a few days I will be heading off for my challenge with Homeless International, in Nepal to build better homes. As I stuff all my necessary belongings into my tiny rucksack, it seems crazy to be packing sunscreen whilst a squalling gale rages outside. I have packed my industrial work gloves and protective goggles as I think we are putting some water sanitisation in. Thanks again to all those that gave so generously to Homeless International. I ...
... 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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Today we head to the southwest to see a bit of the Cornwall Coast. We drove along the Atlantic Highway which goes along the north coast. The scenery and small towns were beautiful. Unfortunately it rained most of the way down. Our first brief stop was a small fishing village of Boscastle, which was beautiful. From here things got a little scary. Our next stop was to be Port Isaac. Mum wanted to ...
Cornwall, teeming with writers and sculptors. The day was not faring well when the Tour Director (TD) looked up all the places she wanted to see. The house where Daphne Du Maurier's Rebecca was set was a private house, not open to the public. The sculptor Barbara Hepworth's Museum in St Ives was on the list but is closed. Fowey, which was next is over an hour away and is off the list because of the weather. We have woken to a steely grey day with wind ...
... farmers hedge that limits the road, make it one lane each way so you can get nearer to the beach. Next, I noticed a natural hollow in the cliff leading down to the beach where you could build a road down to the water so you didn't have to walk to the beach. You could put the surf club up the other end with limited parking on reclaimed beach. The flags could go anywhere on the beach as there were no rips and you could keep the fishermen in ...