Post 16/2023 Cornwall UK Thursday 4 May . . . It was anything but a stay-at-home week. The days waxed strong in the company of niece Jan and her spouse John and Jan’s daughter Jenny and her spouse Rory. Jan and John are spending a fortnight with us, Jenny and Rory came for a week and stayed in a B & B.
Saturday we walked through Steeple Woods to Knill’s Monument and beyond, stopping for lunch at Una Kitchen in the country outside Carbis Bay.
Sunday, after church we walked to Polmanter Touring Park for Sunday Roast in their Stable Bar and Restaurant, followed by a boat tour from St Ives to Seal Island.
Along the South West Coast Path
Monday’s taxi ride took us to Hell’s Mouth for an Atlantic seaside and dunes walk back to Hayle, with a stop for lunch at Godrevy Cafe–9.5 miles.
Riding the open-top bus
On Tuesday, we opted for an open-top Land’s End Coaster bus tour.
St Michael’s Way
For Wednesday’s walk we followed St Michael’s Way to Marazion (high winds closed access to St Michael’s Mount, though our long walk, thoroughly engaging, was “mountain” enough.
Thursday is cloudy and rainy and sunny, a resting day, shopping day, wrapping up day with Jenny and Rory who leave in the morning.
2 thoughts on “By foot, taxi, bus, boat and train”
Thank you John for giving me a lot of pleasure as I see where you have been & what you are doing during your stay.It brings back lots of memories to me.
Love Ann xx
Thanks, Ann. It has been our pleasure to spend various times with you during our stay. So soon we’re taking to the rails and skies to hop across the pond. We trust all will work out for us to return in 2024. So soon that time will roll around, too! Best!