I cannot thank The Sand Rose Project enough for letting us stay in ‘Spindrift West’. It was a beautiful Cottage, with a wonderful garden and the most amazing view of the sea and St Michael’s Mount. We had lovely neighbours, a family of 4 whose second child had died suddenly,aged 24. So we had a lot in common.
I won’t bore you with all the details, but in 6 days we went to 6 different beaches,mounted St Michael, got 2 lock-ins at our local pub, ate pasties/cream teas/fish & chips , drank Rattler, played loads of boules,doms & contract, swam in the sea ( albeit briefly ) at Gwithian.John and Jacob cycled loads ( Flo and I didn’t ) , went on a scenic trainride , read the paper, snoozed , went to the Tate &Babs Hepworths Garden then ate tapas and drank chilled white alfresco overlooking the beach ( while John cycled to St Ives via lands End, then crashed out on the beach ), had Easter lunch at a seafood beach restaurant at Sennen Cove., waited for The tide to go out and then went in the caves at Chapel Porth