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I completed my second last day of the Cornwall Coastal Walk so have now done over 100 miles and have just 6 to go. Weather was strange, virtually no sun, just cloudy skies with mist and rain towards the end.
If you are as tired of coastal scenery as I am becoming, you may want to defer looking at the blog until at least 13 June because today and tomorrow are again by the coast and on the 13th I'll be on my way to Paris. However, if you ...
... with heavily wooded Cypress pine areas above the cliffs and long sections of boulders lining the shore.
Watching a small fisherman's boat being winched up the old stone slipway at Penberth, a tiny little fishing hamlet where time stands still.
Rounding the headland leading into Mousehole, with views of Penzance, our final destination, in the distance.
The movie-set appearance of Mousehole's streets around the harbour and ...
I walked a total of 14 miles over these two days but they were the most difficult sections of the track so far. The scenery was more rugged than previously and keeping with this the track was very rocky in parts even requiring some boulder scrambling. I had to therefore keep my eyes on my feet much of the way.
On Monday 8th June I hiked 6 miles from St Ives to Zennor and today, Tuesday 9th June I did the 8 miles on to Pendeen. Today's track wasn't ...
... and presents at the table before we tidied up. We headed for Charlestown in the afternoon, a small port famous for its tall ships (it's also featured in the new series of Poldark). We walked down by the harbour then went to 'wreckers' cafe where we all had a cream tea. We then went to the Shipwreck & Heritage Centre and walked through its museum detailing the shipwreck and the history of the port. It included a section on the ...
6 June 2015
Just a short six mile hike today from Hayle to the very
popular tourist destination of St Ives.
As I walked I couldn’t help remembering a riddle in one of the Arthur Mee’s Children’s encyclopaedias that I must have read as an eight or nine year old.
“As I was going to St Ives, I met a man with seven wives, each wife had seven cats, and each cat had seven ...