Monday 14th January 2019
A week in Cornwall is just what the doctor ordered. I had been suffering from man flu and a mild case of hypochondria for a week, so fresh air and coastal walks to blow the cobwebs away seemed to be a great idea. It is also very handy having a couple of great friends who own a fantastic house in Polruan and that they were pleased to lend it out for a week, so a plan was hatched……
Cornwall is a wonderful place whatever time of year we visit. This time of year you benefit from the quiet roads and the empty car parks, the pasties taste the same and there are no queues to buy them!
The coastal path was also remarkably free from people, its so great for the soul ………….
and there is plenty of space to look for some geocaches and take a few photos…………….
Then after expending all that energy, it’s time to take the short ferry trip over to Fowey to visit the local delicatessen for a pastie, and in this particular shop they sell a wide range of gluten free products, so Jane was able to partake as well. They also sell a large selection of gluten free cakes so I thought it would be rude of me not to join my wife in a large slice of crumble cake………….it was just as well we had done a long walk!