Oh what a glorious Easter break we had. First stop was our beloved St Ives for a week, followed by a quick pitstop back at home to pick up the camper van before trundling over to Suffolk for another four days (more on that tomorrow).
A bit of a Cornish photo overload here but I am back at work today and procrastinating wildly, so you’ll forgive the indulgence no?
We stayed once again with the Cornwall Cottage Boutique, this time in a chichi little house on Fish Street - tiny but beautifully styled and perfect for the four of us. Louis went surfing again (SO unbelievably cold on the beach, let alone in the sea the brave boy), we played mini golf, spent hours on the beach, went shopping, ate lots of Moomaid ice cream, visited St Michael’s Mount and the National Maritime Museum in Falmouth and generally had a brilliant time. It’s so nice to go back to somewhere we know well each year, somehow it’s all the easier to relax that way - and the fact that our school holidays seemed to fall a week earlier than most meant we had St Ives virtually to ourselves for the first few days. Double bonus!
Thank you once again St Ives - we’ll be back (as ever).