Things have changed quite a bit since my last post (except the last one about Hawaii, that I just added the tags to yesterday). Here’s a quick run down of the last few months in my life, and a few of the posts that I will hopefully get done in the coming months My Canadian […]Read More A Brief Update.
Arriving in Berlin was fun, I had hardly any idea where I was, and I’d forgotten to do any research into where my hostel was, how to get around or basically anything at all. Thankfully the Berlin transport system, and a cheeky bit of roaming data got me to my hostel (after a nice detour […]Read More Berlin Pt1
Cornwall is full of pretty little beaches and coves, Constantine and Treyarnon offer some nice walks for those not wanting too much. There’s a little place to park around at Constantine, a beach which is popular with surfers throughout the county (on the days when the waves are rolling in the right way of course) […]Read More Constantine and Treyarnon Bay
A somewhat more challenging walk than the previous excursion is the loop from the hamlet of Treen on the hill between two valleys and the beaches at the bottom of those valleys: Penberth and Porthcurno The walk starts off across typical hilly Cornish countryside down into the valley, then alongside the stream that leads out […]Read More Cornwall – Treen to Penberth to Porthcurno ft: The Minack Theatre
St Anges is a hidden little treat of Cornwall. It hides away just 20 minutes from Truro, mostly eclipsed by it’s neighbour Perranporth, which leaves it naturally developed and beautiful and feeling like a true Cornish town, and not a tourist retreat. As with many of these special little town, the cost of seclusion is […]Read More Cornwall – St Agnes
Since I returned from Ireland, and before that as well, I have worked in a Bar in Polzeath, Cornwall. A pretty little village with a great surfing beach, this is one of the slightly less know gems of Cornwalls north coast. Polzeath grew up as a fishing village, just like all of Cornwalls’ towns, but […]Read More Cornwall – Port Isaac and Polzeath
Yesterday was the first of my Cornwall exploratory trips, I had some shopping to do as well, so Truro was the obvious stop, and I followed this with a sunset down at St Mawes on the Roseland Peninsula. Truro is the only ‘city’ in Cornwall, but it’s really no bigger than most towns, but it […]Read More Cornwall Adventure Part1: Truro & St Mawes
I am now back in Cornwall, living with my Dad. Not the most glamorous travel location, and certainly not brilliant as the basis for a Travel Blogging perspective. But, Cornwall is a place of incredible natural beauty, some wonderful historic buildings, and some cultural treats. Its distance from the rest of the country leaves it […]Read More Comin’ Home