It was a cold autumn day when we decided to visit Tehidy Country Park, located just 10 minutes from Camborne and 5 minutes from Portreath on the north coast of Cornwall. We didn’t know fully what to expect but I’m happy to say it turned into the most amazing day out for us and our two children. The most exciting part of the day was experiencing the friendly nature of the local squirrel population. Sadly there weren’t any red squirrels but there was a vast range of other wildlife to enjoy as we walked around the country park.Continue reading “Tehidy Country Park – A free family day out in Cornwall”
Yesterday we had an amazing 7.2km walk along the National Trust site known as Pentire Headland. It’s in Wadebridge and is different to the Pentire headland in Newquay! It’s by Pentireglaze and Polzeath Beach.
If you’re looking for a walk in Cornwall with amazing views then I recommend the route we took. Our kids were in tow too! Some of the paths are right near the edge with sheer drops down to the sea, so be careful with very young kids!
We took a slightly longer route than the recommended walk on the National Trust map at Lead Mines. We parked in the Lead Mines car park.
See the route we took in purple here:Continue reading “Pentire headland walk 7.2km via Rump Point, Pentire Point and Pentireglaze Haven!”
Today we went for a short walk from the historical tin mine site Wheal Coates to Chapel Porth beach near St Agnes in Cornwall.
We parked at the National Trust car park at Wheal Coates to begin, staying in the car for a while to enjoy some vegan Rowes pasties we picked up on the way!
And to stay out of the rain for a while longer, as typically it started chucking it down just before we arrived!
Not wanting to waste our journey, we braved the elements and got pelted in the face with icey wind and rain as we walked down to see the ruins and remains of this famous UNESCO World Heritage site.Continue reading “Wheal Coates to Chapel Porth coastal walk”
On Boxing Day we had an amazing family walk from Holywell Bay to Polly Joke over The Kelseys. It was a very mild day for late December and felt very warm at some points in the sunshine. The kids even had their shoes and coats off for most of the walk!
We took this route to find a seal cove near Polly Joke. We also hadn’t taken the coastal path to the right of Holywell yet, so it was a new adventure for us.Continue reading “Holywell Bay to Porth Joke coastal walk with kids”
I didn’t even realise until a few years back that there are seals in the sea in the UK! I guess I’d never seen one before whenever I was on holiday and so I never thought about it. When we went on holiday to Brixham in Devon I saw a seal in the sea for the first time and I was amazed!
Since then we stumbled upon Mutton Cove when exploring the north coast of Cornwall on a holiday last year before we moved to Cornwall. We were amazed to see a few seals on the beach in the summer as I documented in this Instagram post in July 2021:Continue reading “Seal spotting at Godrevy and Porth Joke in Cornwall in winter”
Since moving to Newquay we have been meaning to walk alongside the River Gannel to Crantock beach and we finally made it a few days ago! Unfortunately, we did not pick the best morning to try and had to abandon our walk just before the beach as the heavens opened and we all got absolutely drenched! It was still a lovely walk and we were able to walk from our home to Newquay boating lake, cross the road to the Gannel River and walk alongside the river, cutting up into some woodland by Penpol Creek and down over some rocks to Crantock beach.Continue reading “Gannel River walk from Newquay boating lake to Crantock beach”
Love coffee? Love travelling? Coffee tourism might be the ideal way for you to spend your time. In the modern age, it’s easier than ever to enjoy a spot of ‘coffee tourism’.Continue reading “Coffee tourism – is it something you should try?”
On Sunday we discovered the amazing Tehidy Country Park and woods in Camborne, Cornwall. It’s the perfect free family day out to explore nature, see wildlife up close and get some fresh air on an afternoon. Read on to discover why Tehidy Country Park and woods appeals to all ages and is ideal if you are looking for things to do with kids in Cornwall.Continue reading “Visiting Tehidy Country Park + woods in Camborne, Cornwall with kids”
Winter whale watching is one of the most incredible wintertime experiences in San Diego. Whether you’re looking for a fun activity to do with the kids or you’re trying to come up with a romantic date idea, San Diego whale watching tours can be the perfect solution.
Once you book your whale watching trip, take some time to plan what you’ll bring. Here are a few suggestions of things you might want to have with you to make your experience as pleasant and unforgettable as possible.Continue reading “What to bring on your winter whale watching trip”
Sun-drenched beaches and warm climates attract many travel lovers every year, but however much we enjoy this type of environment, unfortunately, the sun is not always so good for our skin.
Whilst it’s true we need some natural sunlight on our bare skin for health reasons such as helping our bodies create enough vitamin D, too much basking in the sun can have a negative impact on our skin causing sun damage and accelerating the ageing process.
It’s always important to wear a high SPF sunscreen for prolonged exposure to the suns harmful rays to protect our skin, as well as sunglasses and a wide-brimmed hat, but what sun exposure aftercare can we do to soothe our skin and prevent any potential sun damage and ageing?
If you’re looking for a way to help protect your skin from radical damage then read on. I was kindly sent the Obagi Medical Professional-C Serum 10% to review and explore how it can help protect the skin of those seeking the sunniest travel spots.
Read on for my Obagi Professional-C Serum 10% review and why vitamin C can protect your skin damage caused by sun exposure.Continue reading “Obagi Professional-C Serum 10% Review: Vitamin C serum benefits after sun exposure”