Friday, 22 August 2014

Cornwall photodiary

I decided to jump on a train and join my family in Cornwall earlier this week. We road tripped around the different towns, visiting quaint boutiques and consuming copious amounts of cream tea. We stayed in a little town called Looe which was made up of restaurants selling fresh fish, nautical themed shops and a harbour that glowed at night. We then headed over to St Ives and although (as expected) it was a lot busier, the winding streets still held an authentic British seaside atmosphere. We stopped for lunch at a little coffee shop and I had the nicest cup of tea I've ever tasted - which is saying something for a girl who drinks approx 5 cups a day.
The following day we jumped on a ferry to another small town called Fowey. We had breakfast in the garden of a cute tearoom called 'The dwelling house'. You could see the traditional style kitchen from where you were sat and the smell of fresh cakes being baked made it so difficult to decide what to order. Yummmaaa. We then stopped off in a much smaller town called Polperro which was the kind of town you could walk around admiring the picturesque side streets winding off from the harbour.

I don't normally mention little trips on my blog but I wanna add more lifestyle type bits and bobs here 'n there. Mix it up and all sorts. Hope ya don't mind, folks!
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