After Tintagel we travelled a little further North to the very pretty harbour town of Boscastle for some lunch and so I could look around the Museum Witchcraft which is full of display cases full of all things witchy.
I set off this morning at 6.45 and headed down to Poole to drop in on my Brother and his family. There I also met up with my Mum and Dad and the three of us heading onto Cornwall together.
We arrived at our Tyler’s Cottage late afternoon and it’s perfect, absolutely beautiful and in a very chilled out area. After unpacking we went to explore the nearest village, which is Callington, had some fish and chips then poppped in to the local pub The Bears Head for a quick beer before heading back through the tiny Cornish country roads, back to the cottage to chill out for the evening… bliss.
I’m off on holiday tomorrow, one week in Cornwall with the folks and I’ve just finished my packing. We are staying in a little cottage in Callington and I’m hoping to find time to surf at Polzeath beach, pony trek over Bodmin Moor, go on the Bodmin Steam Train, visit the Museum of Witchcraft and look around the old Bodmin Jail. I’m very excited and really looking forward to chilling out but I will miss the lovely James and my cats Ellie and Tommy so very much.
Sunday morning can only mean one thing… Car Boot Sale. I love the fact that you will never be prepared for the randomness of the things that you’ll find at a car boot sale and today was no different.
And here are the little treasures I found… pretty swallows and heart necklace for 50p and little cat figure 10p… I’m a happy girl.
After recently watching the movie Chalet Girl and actually really enjoying it, I felt the urge to take up snowboarding, in the same way that after I watched the movie Whip It I joined my local Roller Derby team, Rebellion Roller Derby www.rebellionrollerderby.co.uk
Then when an offer from Groupon came along for snowboarding lessons, it believed it was a sign and that was it, I was sold! Yesterday was my first ever lesson, which was great and I loved it so much that I booked my second lesson for three weeks time and I even dreamt last night that I was competing snowboarding competition!
Bank holiday Monday was spent at the fun filled Ashwell Show in North Hertfordshire. It was a very English day out complete with drizzle and bunting. We watched dog shows, sheep dog demonstrations, chainsaw carvings and stunt clowns. The show also has classic cars on display, birds of prey and was filled with craft stalls, a funfair and burger vans. It was the perfect end to a perfect bank holiday weekend.