Monday, May 19, 2008

The sun has reached Cornwall

Although it was gray in Goldsithney, it was sunny out at the Lizard Point Sunday, a 20 minute drive out to the Southernmost point of england. The views of the flower-carpeted cliffs were stunning, but it was so windy I was worried the little bean might blow right off! We enjoyed a lovely lunch at the most southerly point cafe, great views from inside (and out of the wind). Today we went out to St. Michael's Mount, the castle on the rock off the coast of Marazion. We walked out during low tide and after touring around and lunch we took a boat back. The little bean loved the boat ride, all 5 minutes of it. We have discovered her love of ice cream this trip, when you are having local, all organic ice cream we can't resist either!
The little bean is sleeping well for both her naps and through the night, which is lovely. She wakes up in the morning and from nap looking for "Lyler" (Tyler) the corgie. She seems very much at home here, and she is a pleasure to travel with.
Tomorrow is our last day for fun in Cornwall as Wednesday we travel back to London and on to Austria. Probably won't post again until at least Thursday.

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