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Subject Topic: Conwall
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14/7/2012 at 9:51am
 Location:  Whitchurch shrops
 Outfit: Swift conqueror 480
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All of the above. Also the open topped bus that goes from st Ives or Penzance round the coast I think you can hop of and on. We did this on the top with umbrellas up LOL.
The beach near the Minack is stunning.
The train to st Ives from the park and ride. I like Bodmin as well . We have been going for years and still haven't seen everything .


14/7/2012 at 9:18pm
 Location: cornwall
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eden project

lands end/sennen cove

the lizard

St Ives is nice but I'd catch the train from Lelant

walk the coast path from hayle to godrevy

Philps pasty shop in Hayle

Mr Bs ice cream in Hayle

Padstein(stow)

Umm the Camel trail

enjoy!!



14/7/2012 at 9:24pm
 Location: cornwall
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Quote: Originally posted by black ice on 13/7/2012
Clovelly north cornwall is a patiular favorite of mine, with its cobbled traffic-free high street its virtually unchanged its like stepping back in time.
Sue.

Post last edited on 13/07/2012 20:41:43
think you might find Clovelly is in DEVON


15/7/2012 at 12:16am
 Location: Dewsbury West Yorks
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Paradise park is a must for us when we visit. Poldark mine i great, especially if you go in time for the ghost tour. I would recomend Shanty Baba's walks around St Ives if you get the chance ( 3 to choose from and all great fun).
If you go to Lands end make sure you park before you get there, I think the parking is a bit expensive if you use the proper site.


17/7/2012 at 5:57am
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if you go to lands end park at sennan and walk round the cliff path to lands end ...cheaper!!
if you wanna visit kynance cove,then park at lizard village and walk the mile or so,if you use the nat trust carpark you will get fleeced!
DONT go to lamorna cove...theres a parking ticket rip off going on..
avoid polperro,again parking charges are extortionate!!
have a good time

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may13=gwithian,hayle
may13=meadows,pentewan
may13=gwithian,hayle
june13=perranporth
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19/7/2012 at 9:57am
 Location: Rochdale
 Outfit: Hi Gear Voyager 6
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Have a lovely time, we have just got back!

We seemed to get a lot done without actually doing anything! I didnt find the parking prices that bad and most can be paid for by mobile now so if you dont want to rush back you can just dial and make sure your car is covered. Much easier :)

We did lots of geocaching :) Set free some trackables so hopefully they will find their way home



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May - Tenby!


19/7/2012 at 10:26am
 Location: Seaforth Liverpool
 Outfit: Marechal Vintage Tent & Static Caravan
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hi

Lands End ~ scary on a wet day

Cornwall Bird of Prey, St Columbus

If you go North into Devon, theres Clovelly, Bideford Quay and

Morwenstow on the border, Rectory Tea Rooms do a fabulous cream tea, and the views from the cliff are stunning

Wadebridge is a lovely little town with good walks along the river, good pubs in nearby Egloshayle and bike hire too

We like the coastal road out of Newquay, all the great sea views and little bays to stop in

Have a great time (i have to wait til Sept)


01/8/2012 at 9:52pm
 Location: Ramsgate Kent
 Outfit: Cabanon Venus trailer tent
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We used to camp in Cornwall a truly wonderful part of the Country, been to Henry's campsite on the Lizard peninsula (bit like roughing it) and Churchtown farm at Helston (Godrevy beach rite next to site) as much as I love Cornwall we can only stand so much rain and the last time we went it never stopped, came home 3 days early. been going to North Norfolk for the last 3 years just as impressive but in a different way, some of the best beaches I have ever seen Old Hunstanton in particular.

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09/8/2012 at 12:47pm
 Location: Llangennech Nr Llanelli S Wales.
 Outfit: VW Touareg & Swift Charisma 635
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Quote: Originally posted by black ice on 13/7/2012
Clovelly north cornwall is a patiular favorite of mine, with its cobbled traffic-free high street its virtually unchanged its like stepping back in time.
Sue.

Post last edited on 13/07/2012 20:41:43
That's in Devon isn't it?


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21/8/2012 at 10:38am
 Location: West Midlands
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On the 31/08 we are going to Lanhydrock to walk over the skay bridge with the kids, they have been really excited about this bless them and weather forecast seems to be very positive for sun!Lets keep our fingers crossed!

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I've been working at the convenience store
Managed to save just a little bit of money
Won’t have to drive too far
Just cross the border and into the city
You and I can both get jobs
And fin'lly see what it means to be living


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21/8/2012 at 10:38am
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*shaky bridge!

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I got a plan to get us out of here
I've been working at the convenience store
Managed to save just a little bit of money
Won’t have to drive too far
Just cross the border and into the city
You and I can both get jobs
And fin'lly see what it means to be living


21/8/2012 at 7:51pm
 Location: Nth lincs
 Outfit: Lunar quasar 524 Skoda superb 1.9TDI.
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All of the above, just don't forget the Cornish cider farm and callestick farm ice cream (200 yards down the same road) if you love ice cream then this is the best there is.
Callestick, nr Truro.

There is also a Cornish birds of prey Center just up the road from st columb major,think its on the A30, 20min from padstow where there is rick steins chippy which is very tasty

Have a great time.........I'm very jealous now....

Si.



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