7th May 2009 at 5:55 pm

Stithains, Trelissick & St Mawes

Stithains has been on my visit list for a few years – On the map it’s a big blue reservoir in the middle of nowhere just asking to be discovered.

I knew there was a risk that it would be pretty unspectactular, and it was – I stayed about 10 minutes before

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6th May 2009 at 5:21 pm

Botallack to Sennen

Easily the coldest start to any day I have spent in Cornwall.

First a walk along the cliffs from Levant to Sennan on the North Cornish Coast – No sun but still breathtaking views.

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5th May 2009 at 5:35 pm

Trevarno & Godolphin

The day started off cold and dull as I headed off to the nearby Trevarno Estate for a walk around the grounds and gardens,

Before long the sun managed to break though and I headed to Porthleven for Lunch in the Harbourside Inn.

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4th May 2009 at 9:48 pm

Fal Weather

Took a boat trip up-river from Falmouth to Truro today.

The deep river is being used to store around 20 large container ships that would normally be used to transport cars, but that are currently surplus to requirements because of the current state of the economy.

4th May 2009 at 10:25 am

Coverack and Ice

Last time I visited Coverack it was a wet and windy day. Today the weather was kinder and I was able to follow the coastal path for a muddy, but enjoyable, walk to Chynhalls Point.

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4th May 2009 at 10:17 am

Cornwall Again

Day 1 of my Spring 2009 Holiday and I’m back in the Lizard Peninsular for the 7th time.

As usual, I found somewhere to visit on the way. This time it was Montacute House, which is also home to a the National Portrait Gallery.

Also worth mentioning was breakfast, which was at the Little

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