After spending weeks and weeks trying to pick a holiday destination for June, me and Craig finally settled on staying in the UK and having a low-key relaxing break to Cornwall, a place neither of us has been since childhood and which deserves to be fully explored! We found a cute cozy cottage for two, which was full of books and board games and had a lovely suntrap courtyard, located right on the harbour of the tiny friendly fishing village of St Mawes on the Roseland Peninsula.
The weather was a little mixed, ranging from gorgeous sun to full-blown storms, but I really enjoyed our lovely break full of coastal walks, cream teas, coffee and pastries at the harbour, eating freshly caught fish with a glass of wine, reading on hidden beaches and taking boat trips (rather than driving) to the local city for a spot of lunch and shopping.
It was a lovely picturesque place and I loved capturing Cornwall’s pretty pastel cottages and seaside settings with my Olympus Pen E-Pl7 (which is officially the first holiday it’s been on!), so you’re getting a picture-heavy post today!
Now I’m looking forward to discovering more lovely parts of Cornwall.
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One thought on “UK Travel: Me and My Olympus Go to Cornwall”
Your pictures are amazing. Pretty scenery and the quality is sublime. I have been toying with the idea of buying an Olympus Pen for ages, to use during our USA trip this year. I think you may have tipped my hand! (My poor bank account…) PS Cornwall looks stunning, another one to add to the bucket list! Lisa x