Travel Blogs from St. Davids
... of Port Isaac. Planned to have a quick drink at the St Kew Inn on the way home after driving past this pub many times during the last few days - worked out well and had a yarn with the bar man over a cider and pale ale.h
Musical "Radio Times" was excellent. Set in London's blitz torn West End the cast tell us story of before and after a BBC live broadcast of Variety Bandwagon - a love story, comedy with great one liners, singing and dancing of the highest standard. Bery ...
... watm sunshine overlooking the harbour. Cheryl had a pleasant conversation with some older English ladies also on holidays - they recommended a visit to nearby Lamorna - so off we went pitting ourselves in the hands of the sat nav who we are convinced loves sending us along the narrowest and tightest roads and lanes on the map.
This trip ended up being another stressful 'blind' drive along the tight winding lanes until we arrived at a ...
... later followed by a very demanding uphill return. In the township we visited a church much too big for its location and tried to get a look at The Place - a castle like building now a private residence. Drove alomg to grab a view of a local castle ruin and The Manor - now a grand restaraunt sitting atop a hill oberlookkng the bay.
Cross country to Looe - another sea side village that has outgrown its location. Built at the mouth of a river ...
As predicted today started with grey skies and steady rain falling. The local seagulls who wake us up each morning as day breaks with first light about 7am, continued to cry and fly about the Port or sit swimming on the surface of the water in the bay. Nice to be warm and inside on a morning like this.
Decided to stay at the cottage and catch up with email, photos and washing. I completed a work related task which couldn't wait until next year. ...
Today was the Eden Project day. Despite the hype and the expectation it was an awe-inspiring endeavour to behold - giant bubble wrapped geodesic domes, taught, tight and transparent plastic. After an hour in the rainforest dome - perspiring and humid - the Mediterranean dome was a pleasant change. Saw the giant Fibonacci egg/seed hewn from a solid piece of granite. Onwards to course steep narrow hedge-rowed lane ways en route to the Bodmin Moors. Came across a high ...
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