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Travel Blogs from St Mawes
I awake according to my custom before 5am:
Seagulls circling early,
"Come join us".
It's a rest day and we take the time to farewell Ed onto the London train and focus on preparing ourselves for the next stage of this adventure.
... The amazing thing was that our captain had been assisting us put his new rod and reel down to assist us and the next thing it was over the side with a fish taking off with it.
He swore and said it as brand new .............*%$###****+=##@@
Lo and behold as i has cast my line down I thought I had caught the biggest fish ever. As I reeled in my line there was the brand new line and rod with a Ballan Wrasse attached. So that is all I caught after 4 hours on the Atlantic ...
... by the physical challenge and know I’ve got to stop this after today. I begin to get a real insight into just how frustrating and annoying this must be for Debby who has risen to the challenge but is also being called on to go too far. By the time she stumbles off a curb and falls down while crossing the busy A390 I feel wretched at the state she’s in. I know we’re very close to St. Austell now but there is a small ...
... gazing and walking across the Hill Fort, another ancient place through which Hamish Miller has dowsed the Mary current of the ley line. Again we call to mind the evocative words from his book the Sun and the Serpent:
"There can be little doubt that ancient peoples were intuitively aware of special places where the Spirit of the Earth was strong, certain spots where the forces of Nature were concentrated and could affect human ...
... where we find our spirits lifted by the unexpected delights of a waterside family cafe serving remarkably good coffee and a homemade cake. In fact, we regret having carried pork pies and sandwiches as the meals we saw from the largely vegetarian menu looked remarkably appetising.
We continue to walk around the other side of the lake and into Stithians where we found the church calm and inviting despite preparations that were ...
Other places to stay in St Mawes
Harbourside, St Mawes | 3 star hotelfrom $300
- A wonderful setting
- Wonderful home made bread!
- Luxury Weekend Break
Lower Castle Road, St Mawes | 4 star hotelfrom $419
- GOOD VIEW,LITTLE ELSE GOOD
- Expensive but pretty impressive
- The best hotel in the UK
The Waterfront, St Mawes | Hotelfrom $126
The Square, St Mawes | Hotelfrom $187