Welcome to the Eden Project
Come to the Eden Project in Cornwall for a great day out for the whole family: explore the largest indoor rainforest in the world and enjoy special events.
The ULTIMATE Top Beaches in Cornwall | The Cornish Life | Cornwall Lifestyle Blog
Last month, I organised a Cornish blogger link-up where we all chose our Top 5 Beaches in Cornwall. So without further ado, here are the results:
Start A Fire
Sweet & Spicy Bacon Wrapped Chicken Tenders - one of the best things we ate last week. Only 4 simple ingredients - chicken, bacon, brown sugar and chili powder. They only take about 5 minutes to make and are ready to eat in under 30 minutes. Sweet and salty in one bite!
The Lost Gardens of Heligan
See 144 photos from 837 visitors about jungle, gardens, and poppy fields. "Amazing! Well worth a day out. Visit the Jungle. Food good, excellent..."
The Lost Gardens of Heligan | Cornwall's Hidden Gem | Mowgli Adventures
There's so much to explore at the lost gardens of Heligan. A day of discovering secret gardens, rope bridges & a giant's playground await you!
Fancy A Dip? 5 Awesome Cornish Tide Pools & Lidos
Fancy a spot of wild swimming that's more, er, tame? Try these tide pools and remember to check the tide times before you go or you may not find them at all
Explore Cornwall holidays and discover the best time and places to visit. | You can't get further west than the ancient Celtic kingdom of Cornwall (or Kernow, as it's known to Cornish speakers). Blessed with the southwest's wildest coastline and most breathtakingly beautiful beaches, this proudly independent peninsula has always marched to its own tune.
St Ives Beach Guide | Beaches in St Ives
St Ives Beach Guide | Beaches in St Ives -Families love St Ives safe beaches, the azure blue sea of St Ives bay, the tiny cobbled streets and hidden corners waiting to be explored.....
Ingenuity and Inventiveness for life
Tuesday evening greetings from the Lifestyle Support Guru!Inspired by a tale recounted this morning by my good friend Debbie, who rescued a sock from behind a radiator using just a ruler and a chopstick, I felt I had to teach others how to use INGENUITY and INVENTIVENESS in negotiating a path thro