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Intelligence could not influence me,

The real world,

Was the solid walls against the sand.


Went in and out with the tides.

The sun, 213 more words


Recipease Notting Hill

Our bread making class began with a free cup of tea, much needed considering the 9am Sunday morning start! Anything Jamie Oliver has a hand in, I normally like….Fifteen at Watergate Bay, his recipe books, TV shows and restaurants, so I was expecting to enjoy this. 358 more words


Kelly says surf...

11 time world champion surfer Kelly Slater once said that to improve at surfing, you have to surf no matter what the conditions. So last week, during my trip to Cornwall, when the surf gods decided to throw a curve ball, I decided to test Mr Slater’s theory. 774 more words

Thoughts & Musings

Back on the world wide web......

Hey folks, WOW it’s been a long time since I last posted on my blog…..sorry!!

The past year passed by in bit of a whirlwind for me and surfing took a little bit of a back seat for a while. 375 more words

What I'm Up To

The Watergate Bay sunset walk

Can there be a better place to stay for a British sea-side break than Watergate Bay in Cornwall? With two miles of sandy dog-friendly beach, it’s excellent for storm and sunset watching, surfing and fine-dining and provides a perfect base for cliff-top walks. 609 more words


The right balance

Tricky things hotels. It’s hard to get the right combination of fun and family alongside romantic and relaxing. Difficult to provide everyone’s perfect getaway-from-it break. 482 more words


Zacry's, Watergate Bay

Wind back to the late 1970s, and I remember Watergate Bay in autumns and winters as this extraordinary and enormous, empty stretch of flat firm sand and ever roaring surf.   1,006 more words