The eight day break at Carbis Bay Cornwall was over all too soon. The first time for many years as I recall that we have had a whole week in the West Country in blazing sunshine. Strange how few people there appeared to be at Carbis Bay though St Ives - a two mile+ coastal path walk away - was quite crowded.
Some picies tell a better story:
On another occasion we were able to take a local bus only half way to Godrevy and had to walk what seemed like miles to the lighthouse there nearby at which we have seen seals in previous years in March and April. However there were none to be seen in hot July 2014. None the less the refreshments at the wooden restaurant before resuming the walk were most welcome. The lighthouse at Godrevy was worth a piccie:
seals which though great to walk to in the 2014 sunshine, was apparently devoid of seals this year.
The Tate Gallery at St Ives was well worth a visit and with the hot sunshine outside, the Tate's air conditioned galleries inside were most welcome.
A great break away just before I finally leave my Pimlico workplace attended for the past 42 years, to transfer to somewhere slightly different - Lincoln's Inn Fields.