Our ferry trip back was choppy and wet, we think the best of the weather is behind us.
Trailfinders have booked us another fabulous room in the Inn at Laurel Point, overlooking the harbour. We have a great view from our terrace.
and the biggest bathroom in the whole wide world.
We headed to Fisherman’s Wharf for dinner. The wharf has a small selection of eateries, shops and float homes. We ate fish and chips outside and agreed that it was better (and an awful lot cheaper) than Rick Stein’s on Padstow harbour – and we didn’t think that was possible.
The wharf was originally home to the fishing boats and a few people live aboard in various shaped vessels some of which vaguely resemble boats. A quite eclectic community has evolved. There’s even a floating B&B which sounds tempting.
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Loved Fishermans wharf…
Fish chowder also v good! X
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