Travel Blogs from St Ives
I spend my time between the vibrant, happening, cosmopolitan world of Chorlton Manchester and the utter opposite in quiet, yet exciting on a beautiful scale, Tregiffian is a small hamlet to the west of Penzance and above one of my favourite beaches in the world, the simple Gwenver or Gwyner Beach near ...
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8) Greek Islands (Lesbos, Crete and Rhodes)
11) Gaza and the West Bank
20) Czech Republic
... adventure/mischeivousness, including closing my eyes and going back to sleep. By the end of our six days, I'd slept lots and managed over two hours not holding the baby a day. I loved every minute of it. Nick meanwhile had achieved larger bags under his eyes than the one holding the pig feed. LOL!
We clambered over a particularly treacherous path to reach the farmyard dating back to 1912. The walk consisted of 4 metres of square paving stones which you had to negotiate. Nick often ...
... the Welsh poet Dylan Thomas as England's prettiest, with just cause. Its narrow streets are lined with tiny fishermen's cottages, built of local stone and slate, each with a pretty garden, clustered around its tiny harbour full of traditional fishing dinghies and yachts. It was then that we ate the pasties, the traditional Cornish food, and ate the clotted cream ice-creams, made from the ...
Every joke i have ever made about the appalling build-quality of French cars has come back to bite me. As we drove down boggy back roads today, in pouring rain, the number plate and its body panel fell off our brand new Peugeot 508 Diesel, causing much inconvenience and many phone calls. It's now lying in a ditch somewhere, run over by a hundred tractors. Now we have an illegal car. We've been in Cornwall for several days, ...