Mullion Cove to Lizard Point
The offshore islets at Lizard Point are 500 million years old, left over from the massive collision between the super-continents of Gondwanaland and Euramerica. (Who names super-continents?) The area contains a huge outcrop of the colorful serpentine rock, the great steaks of green looking like a lizard's skin, which is where the name comes from.
We saw this man on the bus coming in. He too is a timetable double-checker. Together he and Susanne double and triple check both their routes, muttering about how irksome it all is but secretly enjoying the whole complicatedness of timetables. I like things like timetables and maps so I totally relate.