Monday 30 June 2014

Cornwall Days

With it being the start of summer and a trip to cornwall always being on the cards, Lucy, her mum, Anna, My mum and myself took ourselves off for a little trip to the seaside. 

Anna and Lucy have the cutest cottage down there, so the four of us stayed there. 

D a y O n e 

After a long afternoon of travelling the first place we hit was the pub for food. 

It was gooo-od, as I said in a previous post any burger with gherkins on is good enough for me, so this one went down very well!

But the dessert. Oh boy, the most amazing sticky toffee pudding ever.

It was like eating a toffee flavoured cloud. 

So light and drenched in toffee sauce. 

Try and resist licking the screen. I know, it's hard...

D a y T w o  

We ventured to the Lost Gardens Of Heligan (Separate blog post to follow!)

Then after, we hit the beach!

Luce and I booked a surf lesson for Day Three. I have ALWAYS wanted to learn to surf! 

We tried to convince the mums to have a kayak lesson... they weren't having any of it!

We retreated back to the cottage (after some food & clothes shopping...) for a bbq and a night in.

D a y T h r e e

We visited Wheal Kitty. So beautiful and picturesque. 

The bright blue sky reflected on the sea making it a gorgeous deep blue which faded into a beautiful turquoise.

What a beauty Luce is!

Just look at the colour of the sea! 

Makes me want to just dive right in!


Just posing on a cliff, because we can! 

The rest of the day continued with a surfing lesson!

We had water up our noses, salt in our hair and a hell of a lot of laughs.

'If in doubt, paddle out!'

We had such a lovely instructor and we both had the best time. I'd recommend Breakers Surf School to anyone in St Agnes wanting to learn! 

 The evening was spent watching England (lose) in the World Cup at the pub, then drowning our sorrows in that sticky toffee pudding! 

D a y F o u r  = hometime! 

If you enjoyed this post, check out my vlog from our trip! 


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