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Travel with us to Cornwall

I know guys it’s been a while since I wrote the last post… I was quite busy with the school because I had to do couple of mock exams before the half term. 83 more words

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289. Visiting the Eden Project

This weekend I was whisked away for a romantic break at a mystery destination. A couple of months ago my boyfriend booked a room at the Jamaica Inn (after which Daphne Du Maurier’s novel is named) in Cornwall. 197 more words

Charity

Eden Project Half Marathon

This time last week we had just crossed the start line of the Eden project half marathon. We knew we had trained enough so were excited to get going, but nothing could have prepared us for the brutal hills ahead. 173 more words

Half-Marathon, Because It Matters

After all the anticipation, preparation and carb loading the day finally came. It was in the Spring when friends mentioned they might be doing the Eden Project Half-Marathon and shortly after this one of my cousins said she was planning to take part as well. 1,299 more words

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Little Book of Big Ideas

Down in Cornwall in deepest, darkest England is a place we love to visit.

The Eden Project is an amazing place. It’s a converted China clay pit that has been turned into an Eco paradise. 132 more words

Environment

Day 110: Falmouth to Plymouth

‘Before there’s something new, there must be the death of the old’.
– Samantha, inside the Sahara, Falmouth.

A young woman is meditating right besides my tent, as I clamber out and blearily rub consciousness back into my eyes. 4,078 more words

Ferry

Lazy days, christmas shopping and preparing for Eden.

One of the advantages of A. Being retired and B. Having a challenge like an A-Z of marathons to run means that you can treat some of the marathons lets say with less urgency or importance than others and experiment with rest periods etc. 147 more words

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