The Old Millfloor
Travel Blogs from Tintagel
... view of the castle ruins was sufficient. We set off back up the track, my walks around Georgetown have become a memorable doddle after trekking back up to Tintagel village. It was heart attack territory, nice of them to put in the occaisional park seat along the way, they were a blessing. I think we walked off ten Cornish Ppastys on that treck.
For those unaware Tintagel Castle is ...
... shack housed a broad cockney who took about 7 quid off us for admission, a further lengthy climb got us eventually to some scttered stones and the makings of a group of round houses which originally had very thick walls about 7 ft high, divided into "courtyards" and roofed round house dwellings. The courtyards were either work areas, gardens or for livestock. They were inhabited by friendly ...
... I was so embarrassed. And bless him, he hid his by saying I should save them to give extra power up the hills! I tried to blame it on the energy drinks and nuke bars, but don’t think he bought that. If I were quicker I should have said it was my i-phone e-mail alert tone. Might have got away with that. I am getting a bit fed up with the energy drinks and food though. Water tastes brilliant after 3 litres of sweet Gatorade all ...
... Barton Inn; landlord this time and I hope he only felt sorry for me!
Just past Crackington Haven is a dramatic ridge called Castle Point. A tiddler by comparison to High Cliff, at about 330’ but it drops steeply into a combe on one side and the Atlantic on the other. This was just about as bad as my vertigo has been, but I decided the view and exposure was so good it would be a great lunch spot. Once I sat down I didn’t feel so dizzy!
... of having to do this again for 7 more days!
Funny how much more talkative people were today than yesterday. The weather maybe? Anyway, met Jan Ingram on the path with Irene before Port Isaac and she donated £10 on the spot. Thanks Jan. Then in Port Isaac had lunch on the harbour wall with Maude and Barbara, who also made a donation. Thanks. Here is another coincidence; last night in Dora we watched the new series of Doc Martin ...
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