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so here we are in sunny padstow for a few days visiting our friends Jon and Kim;  its a sad fact that as you get older, all your dear friends start to move away – the only good thing is that  you get to visit lovely parts of the english seaside!   28 more words

Whitstable And Rest Of UK


Padstow – für mich ein Ort mit mehr Flair als zum Beispiel St. Ives. Der kleine Hafenort ist fest in der Hand von Rick Stein… 40 more words

Südengland 2015

Get your Rocks off in the St. Tropez of Cornwall

The Cornish resort of Rock has a reputation for attracting the moneyed jet-set, but you don’t have to own a 4×4 or a yacht to go there. 634 more words


Camel Trail: purple phase

What a charming time of the year this is – Tadpoles changing into baby Frogs much to the delight of my Grandchildren. The Camel Trail going through its “purple phase” with foxgloves, Valerian and Campion featuring heavily this is all against a backdrop of Honeysuckle filling the early morning air with a heavy scent. 176 more words

Ride With Nige

Padstow Parking Fine

Following on from my ‘tyres and tribulations‘ post, here is another anecdotal blog post from our time in Cornwall.  It is in video format, as it is much quicker to film than write.   90 more words


Port of Padstow!

We started off the day with another big breakfast before getting in the car and taking a 45 minute drive to Padstow. We drove down to the port but were unable to get a parking space so headed up to the Park and Ride. 189 more words


Daymer Beach & Walk Along The Camel Estuary to Rock

The weather was looking good again for today so we headed for a beach we had seen from the Padstow side of the Camel Estuary, Daymer Beach, with the intention of spending a day of rest in the sun and a BBQ in the afternoon. 252 more words

Campervan Travels