Halfway through my journey to Cornwall and waiting for my next train at Exeter St Davids
The end of the line and arrival in Penzance! London > Woking > Exeter St Davids > Plymouth > Penzance - a 7 hour train journey to be exact.
Welcome to Penzance, Cornwall
Arrival at my Penzance campsite, Stream Valley
My first campsite stop which was situated not far out of Penzance town centre - there was a small river stream next to my tent that made a serene sound at night
Penzance Heliport first appeared in 1964 but was demolished in 2014 and this new one was built in 2017, once again passengers can fly to the Isles of Scilly
Penzance Heliport's AgustaWestland AW139 helicopter built in Italy in 2001 and can carry up to 12 passengers
I literary just jumped off those pile of rocks in the left of the photo in time before the sea came in and covered up the walkway to St Michael's Mount, Mounts Bay
St Michael's Mount, the Cornish counterpart of Mont-Saint-Michel in Normandy, dates back as early as the 12th century and still has a castle and chapel on it today
Huge buoy I spotted in Penzance Harbour that was begging for a bike photo opportunity
The perfect angle for a coin operated telescope to see St Michael's Mount across the Penzance Harbour
The iconic art deco Jubilee Pool c.1935 in Penzance is now heated by geothermal energy after a £1.8m upgrade in 2020
The picturesque Mousehole Harbour, Penzance
The Newlyn Meadery, a medieval themed restaurant, was once the ‘Gaiety’ cinema built in 1905 and run by a projectionist and his wife
This seaside house in Newlyn, Penzance had a impressive tropical garden
A stone cross or road marker from the Celtic times
The Lamorna Wink is a traditional village pub that dates back some 400 years
The really cool pub sign for the Lamorna Wink in Lamorna Cove
Lamorna Cove - a village, valley and cove al in one!
This classic street sign describes my whole journey around Penzance by bicycle!
En route to a sunny Porthcurno