Thursday, 19 June 2014

Oh, I do like to be beside the seaside

The fourth and final instalment of my holiday snaps features the various beaches, seasides, harbours and cliff tops that I visited in Cornwall. Views were admired, cream teas were eaten and stones were skipped. Well, attempted to anyway - I just cannot get the hang of it!

Gorran Haven


Remember my Mugshot Monday featuring this place? I had to pop in!

Random thing to take a pic of, but I just loved this vintage sign!


I was excited to visit this place, but was quite disappointed with it.

Best cream tea I have EVER had.

Port Isaac

There were many more places I wanted to visit and so many people I wanted to meet up with, but I ran out of time. It's a good excuse to head back there soon though!

My other holiday posts can be found here, here and here.


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  1. Ah that looks beautiful. You really know a place is beautiful when every picture looks like a postcard! I love the the tea garden and fudge shop! Too cute.

    1. Cornwall is gorgeous :) And we luckily managed to avoid all the rain showers, yay!

  2. I am SO glad you included a picture of Granny Wobblys fudge shop. It's become a family tradition to get a box of their fudge for every birthday and Christmas :) It looks like you had a lovely time, Lisa xx (@cthulhuwakes)

    1. What a great tradition! Their fudge is sooo good! We had to buy two lots, because we'd eaten the first by the time we got to the end of the road! xo

  3. Ooh, I've not been to any of those places! They might have to go on the summer bucket list

    1. I really like smaller, non-touristy places, so tiny beaches and harbour villages are the best :)


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