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... where the water was lapping not breaking was a kelp strewn grey colour. It was about 100 metres below the car park with no obvious track down to it and there was not a sign of a surf club at all. I'm going to write to them to offer to help get their beaches set up properly. You would need to widen the road. There is a one lane road with passing bays every 100 metres. The 'p' had been deleted from many of these signs to make me laugh. Take out ...
This morning Cousin Rebecca, Laura the Skydiver, Uncle Toli, Marley the Lhasa Apso and Sweet Breath Megan said farewell to Cornwall and headed back to Mansfield. Later MDW and myself travelled to the not so interesting town of Newquay. We did a bit of sightseeing, window shopping and cream tea eating. I asked a local girl at a pasty shop where the best pasties could be purchased and to our surprise she said Padstow made the best ...
... of tea in the same location, I observed a large seagull trying to regurgitate something then it threw its beak in the air with a spray of clear fluid escaping from its beak. I don't think it was water after all. After lunch the girls went shopping with MDW reminded "No more room". After sitting around for an hour, Uncle Toli, Saint Richard, Marley the Lhasa Apso, Sweet Breath Megan and I went to The London for a pint. Padstow is very ...
I've been wanting to visit the Lost Gardens of Heligan for some time now but not yet made it down to Cornwall for the purpose. I wasn't disappointed in the slightest at what I found - the restoration of these gardens is fantastic and I really felt like I'd stepped back in time to a perfectly manicured Victorian garden full of tropical treasures, clipped hedges and colourful flower mixes. The famous kitchen garden was coming to the end of the season but ...
... of the mansion. Usually I detest begonias, especially the bedding sort, but here In the parterres they seemed less plastic - the stone walls seem both to compliment them and to soften their vibrant, plasticky appearance. Beautiful views out over the mansion and beyond too, and a glorious mass planting of hydrangeas in the higher sections of the ...
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