The Cornish Arms
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Set off to get to our next destination and close another circle. John O'Groats to Land's End.
First went to The Lizard, the most southerly point in mainland England and less well known. Old life boat station from the 1800s and spectacular cliffs.
Then to Land's End, the most westerly point on the UK mainland, to close another circle. ...
... my target of £2000, which will go towards building better homes for people living in slums. I have also contributed a considerable amount of my own money to cover what I would call the holiday part of this trip. So if you see me sitting back and enjoying a beer or two then be sure that this was not due to your generous donation! My travel blog will begin on Friday when I arrive in Kathmandu. Wish me luck and I will keep you posted as often as wifi allows me. Until then wrap up out there!!! ...
... the room, which I thought was very thoughtfull. I just happened to be a iron stretcher with a yoga mat.. (if you don’t know - they are thin..) luckily we were able to change rooms and had a nice stay there afterwards :)
at the same time the surf was PUMPING! it was blowing off shore everyday somewhere and the surf never got below 1,6 meters. which is actually still pretty big if coming from the right angle! Me and peter booked a surf course to improve our ...
... another fishing village where there are now a lot of seafood restaurants, including the chef Rick Stein who has 3 places to eat. We decided to have lunch at his fish and chip shop. Mum tried the haddock and I had sea bream, which were both yummy. We then had a walk around the town before heading off for the long drive back to Marston Magna. Tomorrow we leave this lovely village and head into ...
... the kids to scotch eggs, which received mixed reviews.
We’ve had fun and a few moments of shear terror navigating our way around Devon and Cornwall with Shelton at the helm of The Mothership hurtling down country lanes that seem impossibly narrow and getting us into situations that we seem unlikely to come out of unscathed, but always managed to (there must be someone looking down on us).