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How much can you do in a day?

answer - lots!

sunny 18 °C

Day two in cornwall. Superb full cornish breakfast at the crown inn, plus tea, plus toast, plus cereal - and that was just Jo's! I'm going to take you to Eden and back, said I. The biomes are very impressive, 50 foot high you know. The rainforest biome was just like being back in Singapore, my shirt stuck to me with the heat and humidity. The mediterranean biome was just like being on a greek island or spain. Exit via the shop, following purchases of course. Off to the coast, Jo fancies walking along the south west coastal path. On our way to point isaac we spot a public footpath sign 3/4 mile to the beach. We park in a field, got my shogun wheels mucky! Set off up this path which took us to a field. Only one gate in the field so we went through it, into another field. Walked around the perimeter of that field for an hour, no way out, no path, no signs for a path so returned to the car and set off to find the beach by road. Great beach at Polzeath, heaving with people, kids and surfers in a weird eclectic mix of clothing, bikinis and shorts, wetsuits, jeans and jumpers and even the odd fleece. It was like the sun's shining but we don't trust it! We found our coastal path and the views up and down the coast were spectacular. Next stop padstow on the other side of the estuary. What a great little harbour surrounded by shops and restaurants including "pucelli's". A first floor Italian with sliding window doors opened wide and overlooking the harbour and good food to boot! We wandered around the harbour then set off to watch the fading embers of a glorious sunset at a small secluded bay along the coast towards newquay. Amazing colours, great photos.20120721_115507.jpg

Posted by justchilling 00:00 Archived in United Kingdom Tagged point cornwall padstow polzeath pentire

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