The rock formations and rock pools are beautiful at Portheras and teaming with life. Granite outcrops and boulders rounded and sculpted by the raw power of the Atlantic and unspoilt by people litter the beach, just outrageously beautiful! Continue reading Porthemmet, Chypraze and Cornish Gold
I’m always harping on about The Roseland. It’s one of those parts of Cornwall that has it’s own identity. … Continue reading Champagne Corks and Golden Havaianas®
Windsurfing and kitesurfing in one afternoon at Marazion. Continue reading One Million And Fifty Shades Of Blue
From time to time you find yourself on a spontaneous adventure which comes out of nowhere. We parked in the … Continue reading Flying With Falcons On The Road To Manderley
I scroll through my phone to find my running playlist which, as all running playlists do, starts with Don’t Stop Me Now and just like that I’m a rocket man on my way to mars (slowly), via Sunny Corner (which is a corner and is sunny). Continue reading I hate running. I love my run.
Spontaneous adventures are often the best but planned ones fitted into a busy life can be just as good. It’s … Continue reading Supper Club Before Breakfast
On Bank Holiday Monday we set out, like most families in Cornwall, with a foam surfboard strapped to the roof, … Continue reading The Beach Of A Thousand Faces