I'll miss all this
I'll miss waking up to these views from our apartment windows
I'll miss the walk along the harbour/beach coastline with Mrs 64 at 8am as we pick up our papers then sitting on a bench drinking coffee taking in all the beauty of the blue sea/sky. All very serene with only the noise of the seagulls in the background
I'll miss the culinary fish dishes & desserts + the wine & malt. St Andrews Bistro & the Mermaid top of our list for the best food in St Ives. I'll also miss the prawn & crab sandwiches during the day
I'll miss the natives we've got to know over the years, oh & Aggi the now 16yo black & white cat who is looked after by the local shopkeepers & restaurateurs
On Sunday afternoon we had a fantastic time watching this crazy lot on the beach amongst 300/400 others, got some great close up photos on my phone. A band from Brittany i believe
Visits to Marizon (St Michael's Mount is amazing close up) Porthreath, Mullion Cove, Lizard, Truro & Padstow all made for a truly wonderful holiday once again. Roll on next year
Haven't visited Porthtowan or Stagnes yet Faaip. Will try explore those areas next time we're down therefaaip wrote:Sandi is down in Cornwall for a week or two from Wednesday, I'm missing it again this year. Prefer the likes of Porthtowan and Stagnes to Mullion and Falmouth to St Ives but that's just me
The young lady doesgessa wrote:Glad you finally got to Mullion, Ang will approve too.
Sounds like a fab time was had.
Cornwall & Devon are so beautiful :luv: i don't feel the urge to venture abroad anymore
Just back from Seahouses in Northumberland yesterday
Photos to follow......
A statue of Sir Cuthbert (Bishop of Lindisfarne) within the church being carried by the monks off the island fleeing to Chester-Le-Street & then on to Ripon
The iconic Old Ship in Seahouses that own several apartments & cottages where we stay
The Jolly Fisherman in Craster (Meal of the week there)
I wonder who that lady is