Saturday, 4 July 2020
The Magical Harbour and Port at Charlestown, Cornwall
Another trip to Charlestown so I have tried to do a different set of photos. In the photo above you can see how the harbour is separated from the port by a gate with a bridge. Below are a couple walking over the bridge, with tall ships in the background.
We were at Charlestown mid morning - but any time is pasty time in Cornwall - as can be seen my the next photo.
There were a few people about ...
… even though it was overcast and quite chilly. The fisherman was quite well layered.
The young don't seem to feel the cold, especially when it's high tide and an opportunity to jump from the harbour wall. It's not really allowed - but it's a fun thing to do.
This girl took the backward route to the water.
There is a magical tunnel. If you dare to walk through you will be awarded with ...
… sunshine and a beautifully coloured sea. You might even fancy a dip!
Returning from the tunnel, the harbour and port can be seen, together with the dividing bridge, previously mentioned. I may visit Charlestown quite often, but never tire of the harbour and tall ships often in dock.
We hadn't visited the Camel Trail for quite a while so thought we would walk along part of the trail starting at Wadebridge and heading...