I love Saturdays. There’s no rush and I can lie in bed as long as I want drinking tea and reading. If only I could start every day this way! This week, we have had a freak snow storm in Cornwall, resulting in the most snow in the Duchy for about four decades. What made … More Magical Mousehole: the Calm after the Storm
Please excuse me for being MIA in recent weeks. I have been neglectful of my blog again but I do have some exciting news to report! After a few months of searching, I now have two exciting jobs! I have started working as a freelance proofreader for a company producing educational resources and next week … More Exploring Dyrham Park in South Glos
On a beautiful and crisp spring day, mum and I decided to go and spend a day in the stunning seaside town of St Ives. This was before I started my Captain Cornwall blog but, looking back, it was one of the best days which marked the beginning of summer. Initially we had planned to … More The Stunning Seaside Town Of St Ives
Way back in April, before I started writing this particular blog, Rémi and I took a trip to Padstow to meet two of my friends, Kylie and Craig. I hadn’t visited Padstow for several years but had briefly spent quite a bit of time there; mum lived in a small village called St Tudy near … More Top 6 Things To Do In Padstow
Today we were all treated to some wonderful children’s theatre at Sterts Theatre near Liskeard. We thought The Smartest Giant In Town would be great for my nephew, Jack, but the lively and funny performance that the cast of Folksy Theatre gave meant that mum, my sister and I were thoroughly entertained as well. The … More Folksy Theatre: The Smartest Giant In Town
When I was a child I absolutely loved mazes; I was obsessed with buying maze books, delighted in getting lost in the mazes at Glendurgan Garden and Longleat, and even had a go at drawing my own mazes! My fascination hasn’t completely died. When I found out there was going to be a Maize Maze … More Fun At The Magnificent Maize Maze!