Day 002 : Zennor – Hayle

A new day brought a lovely crisp, bright, spring like day. I was fully recovered from yesterday for a walk from the rugged cliffs of miners into the playground of artists.

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The first part of this walk up to Pen Enys Point was very similiar to yesterdays walk. It is said that sculptress, Barbara Hepworth got a lot of her inspiration from this coastline.

002_094_TheCarricksAlong the path from Pen Enys Point, I met two couples and started to chat about my walk and charities I’m supporting. The chat became quite long and they were very supportive. It seems everyone either has someone or knows someone who suffers from dementia or some form of disability. I eventually proceed and its’ not long before I am in St Ives.

002_106_StIvesHarbourI I stop for my first indulgence, an ice cream, two boules, raspberry crumble and toffee honeycomb in a waffle cornet. It was a bit pricey but tasted great. As I eat this there was a parade of VW vans that passed through.

002_107_StIvesHarbour2Stopped for my lunch at Carbis Bay. The wide expanse of sand looked quite impressive,  a bit quieter and serene than St Ives.

002_108_CarbisBayRest of yhe walk was uneventful as I made my way inland to cross the River Hayle and back into the town to pick up my car.