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Exploring Kennall Vale

This summer it seems like I keep finding new places to go, and normally they are really close to my house. Kennall Vale, for instance, is tucked away just up the road in Ponsanooth. 510 more words

Cornwall

Perfect peace

The church of St Just in Roseland has featured several times in this blog over the years. It might seem strange to head for a graveyard for peace and relaxation but give it a go and you too will experience the quiet serenity of this beautiful garden on the Roseland Peninsula. 54 more words

Cornwall

Bakery

In the morning chill

fathers in holiday shorts

queue up for croissants

content in the knowledge that

their families aren’t up yet.

by Scooj.

UK

Millbrook and Tamar

One of my favourite spots in the whole of Cornwall.

The road kinks right towards Maker, opposite the turning to “The Canteen”.

There’s a little lay-by, and a bench. 44 more words

Walking

Eden Project

A pass to the Eden Project in Cornwall is valid for a whole year. So on a fair weathered day, a visit to the gardens of the Eden project seemed a good way to make use of the (just about) valid passes from last year. 16 more words

Adventure

Walk 48: Marazion to Lamorna Cove - 7th July 2017

Our book for the walk this time is a torturous existentialist tale of a Japanese insect collector lured into a deep hole in the sand dunes and trapped there interminably. 898 more words

Cornwall

Tranquil Travels: Cornwall Adventures (Part 2)

Obviously, it’s not a trip to Cornwall without visiting the beach, at least once a day. Sun, clouds, or rain – regardless of the weather, my family will be at the beach. 563 more words