colin on June 7th, 2013

We overnighted near Perranporth, on the north coast on Cornwall. And with an airfield nearby, we had to go check it out. Would you believe, £300/hr private hire for a C172? True. Missing our little CT already. So here’s a few pics of the airfield, and the beach, which is where English families all seem to […]

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colin on June 6th, 2013

From Penzance we went coastal around to Land’s End. We passed through a village called Mouse Hole (pron. mowzel) on the way. When I say “passed through”, I really mean it. Parking at most of these places is difficult, and in this case, we were made to feel very unwelcome, being as we were in a […]

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colin on June 6th, 2013

We stopped long enough in Penzance to get some fish & chips, the well-known English culinary masterpiece. The place is best remembered for being the subject of a Gilbert & Sullivan opera; other than a bunch of pirate-related businesses, it’s a bit like any other English seaside town. And when you’ve had enough, you can […]

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colin on June 6th, 2013

We dropped by a little spot called Prussia Cove, on the south coast of Cornwall, not far from St Michael’s Mount. A sentimental journey for Sandra, who had spent an afternoon there with a young man, (not me), half a century ago. She assured me it hadn’t changed much, but that she certainly had.  

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