So you’re either Cornish or on a trip down to Cornwall and have a special date on the horizon, but what to do? Here are a few ideas: 1. Go for a romantic walk on a beach – Cornwall is stacked to the rafters with perfect beaches, for a easy going, chilled out, Cornish date, a walk on the beach has got to be top of the list. 2. Go for a drink – Choosing where to go for…View Post
This category is for all the landlubbers out there, it contains all the adventures you can have without getting your feet wet! Come here for hiking, camping, outdoor cooking and all the other great activities you can take part in around Cornwall.
Jamie’s Ministry of Food A fantastic book for anyone like me who is a bit of a rookie chef, containing brilliantly simple and tasty recipes. The book takes you through everything in basic steps and includes lots of photos so you can keep checking your delicious food is looking as it should. Nathan Outlaw’s British Seafood Great book for any seafood enthusiastic. Beautifully presented and a great coffee table book as well as containing cover to cover scrumptiousness. The book…View Post
Following on from my Black and White Cornish Postcards, I thought I’d put up a few slightly later but still fairly old postcards. These date from around the 60’s and 70’s. Lands End Gyllyngvase Beach, Falmouth St Ives Penzance Newquay Falmouth My personal favouriteView Post
I love looking at really old postcards, I find looking at photographs of how places used to be really interesting, it makes me wonder what the places I love now will look like in 50 or 60 years time. I also really enjoy reading the messages on the back and trying to decipher the beautiful swirly writing lots of people used to have. St Michaels Mount Falmouth St Ives Padstow PolperroView Post
I really like HDR photos, although I’ve never actually gotten round to taking any myself. These are a few of my favourites that have been taken around Cornwall:View Post