Tag Archives: Cornwall

A Look at Cornwall (4): The Magic of Tintagel

On the second full day of our week in Cornwall last year – a Monday – we set off from Newlyn in the south-west of the county where we were staying, and headed north-east for 63 miles to the site … Continue reading

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A Look at Cornwall (2): Land’s End

Land’s End – or Penn an Wlas in Cornish – was the second site we visited in the far south-west of Cornwall on the first full day of our holiday. It’s located 8 miles west of Penzance at the end … Continue reading

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Fancy a Cornish Pasty . . . ?

This past week, Nick and I have been down in Cornwall, along with our blogging daughter Louise (thestorytellersabode). We both intend to post about some of the great sites we’ve visited down here once we get home but for now, … Continue reading

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