Misty, but still pretty!
Brownie and a cappuccino in Madeline’s.
Whilst being serenaded by this banjo-wielding chappie outside.
The seagulls of St Ives are the most vicious I have ever known.
We wandered away from the harbour and shopping streets, up a hill to this church.
And coastguard station (I think, anyway).
I dunno, I just liked this door.
It was then time to say goodbye to my favourite Tooze. I dropped Lauren at St Erth train station before heading back to Gunwalloe. I arrived before my parents and as I didn’t have my own key – plus the sun was finally shining – I wandered off down to the beach. I had intended on simply sitting on the beach with my book but ended up walking along a coastal path instead. I turned back after a little while but the view was stunning all the same.
By the time I got back to the cottage, dad had started cooking dinner. We ate fairly early that evening and then headed outside to make the most of the evening sunshine and warmth. Our route took us back along the path I had taken earlier in the day but this time we walked almost all the day to Church Cove.
So many daisy-like wild flowers.
See the previous day, Church Cove & Falmouth, here.