Old Success Inn
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It was quite a difficult walk today. Just 11 miles from Pendeen to Sennen Cove but a lot of ups and downs as well as some rock scrambling. Again all coastal scenery so I reckon most blog readers will have had enough photos of the coast. But today was a little different in that the path passed through probably the most heavily copper and tin mined …
Waddled out the next morning to continue our exploration of Cornwall. On to the large fishing port of Newyrn then Mousehole, (pron. Mozzle) a lovely fishing village; both about 2 miles from Penzance.
Driving further west to Land's End we pass along hedged lanes, past stone farm houses and one section that is like cold climate rainforest, if there is such a ...
... Doddycross, Doublebois, Sweetshouse, Perranzabuloe, Ventongimps, Goonhaven, Greenbottom, Threemilestone, Marazanvose.
Arriving at Penzance and there are pirates everywhere. Found a nice pub, The Dock Inn. I wanted to duck inn, but Sue told me to dock off. Had a nice meal and couple of ales; upstairs to bed. Looking forward to full Cornwall Brekky in morning.
Wednesday, my second day off for the week. I am able to have an extra day off this week because my evening walks with Harry are actually included in my work hours – hasn't that worked out well!
This morning I woke up with a proper hangover, the previous night had gone from a peaceful walk with Harry, to drinks at one pub, to drinks at a second pub, to waking up with a very sore head. I donned my running clothes over my bikinis with the aim of running and swimming away ...
... They are easily identifiable by their binoculars hung around the neck, giant cameras mounted on tripods strapped to their backs and strange habit of stopping almost anywhere to stare up into the trees at what seems to be nothing. I soon learnt that there was more to bird watching than I had thought and it was only the untrained eye that saw empty trees.
On this day, the weather was rolling between sun and cloud but I chose to head outdoors for ...