St. Ives Harbour Hotel & Spa
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... with the trillions of microbes that live in every gram of soil and were resting alongside the pores of my skin. Somehow we are being transported to another world, and yet it is still this world, the one I cruise across the surface of, without recognition for most of my life. We eat hardboiled eggs and cold marmite toast with tomatoes bought from a family garden along the way, yet today the food is irrelevant, as I am filled to overflowing by ...
... and I found my words flowing
Nature's entangling foliage
Hearts and minds
But despite the stimulation of our surroundings, after 20kms with heavy packs we called our day to a halt at Ponsanooth, and managed to call a taxi to take us to our accommodation. The Premier Inn, to our disgust turns out to be a horrible tourist scamming place which I have unfortunately booked us into for two expensive ...
... By the end of a quite hot sunny day our 24kms had seen Debby and Ed quite done in. They were ready to stop and I knew we were going to struggle to make a family social engagement at 6 pm back in Penzance with Craig, Cameron and Hayden. We appeared stranded in the middle of nowhere, but somehow managed to get a taxi back from a seemingly meaningless mark on the map called Black Rock, just short of ...
... from their very informative website www.marymichaelpilgrimsway.org . I feel a deep sense of gratitude for the work these people are doing and have enormous respect for the challenges they are overcoming for publishing detailed guide books of this nature. It is no simple job to document a walking track which crosses fields and stiles and all manner of terrain, sometimes virtually hidden or overgrown. So far we have found the book a good companion for this ...
We set out for Watergate bay one day from Perranporth, it was just past Newquay and looking at the map, it seemed a vast expanse of sand to lose ourselves in. Driving through Newquay was as expected, flashing lights & grubby shops- where Magaluf meets Morecombe.
The road hugs the coast here, when you go anywhere here you can always see where you have come as there are no straight lines and there are countless bays you drive up, ...