This is the second and final part of my photo diary from my week away in Cornwall. If you have not checked out the first part, which was uploaded on Monday. CLICK HERE
I am going to start from where I left of, which was Tuesday.
The weather on Tuesday was amazing! Yes, the pictures below are of Cornwall and not of a foreign, tropical island- I think its pretty hard to tell the difference. This is ST Ives beach. The golden sand and beautiful blue sea, reflected the cloudless sky on this day. Unfortunately, I did get very badly sunburnt on my shoulder and had my sandwich stolen right out of my hand by a seagull. Apart from that this was my favourite day :)
In the late afternoon, we visited another beach.
In the evening we went to watch the beautiful sunset over the sea.
On the Wednesday we went to the lost gardens of heligan. We had to go across this suspended rope bridge and when we were in the middle, It started to thunder and lightning.
We then just visited another beach in the evening.
On the Thursday morning the weather was not great. So we decided to visit the small Cornish town of Boscastle. I don't think that any of you will able to remember the August 16th 2004 floods that hit this town. It was really eye opening to visit, to see how they have moved on, just over 10 years of it happening. If you would like to find out more about the devastating floods in Boscastle, CLICK HERE
We then went on to Port Isaac, some of you may be familiar with the TV show Doc martin, this is where it is set.
we watched the sunset over the sea again on Thursday night.
On Friday we went back to the seal sanctuary and visited Newquay.
That it for this post, I hope you enjoyed looking at the pictures. I really recommend you go to Cornwall and if you can off season because it is a lot quieter
Thanks for reading x
Let me know where you are going on holiday this year, In the comments.