A perfect day. Weather spectacular, walk not as grueling as expected, and Fowey is a charming charming little village—still a working port—with historic buildings and tiny lanes winding up and down next to the quay. Not many pics along the way as it is fairly redundant as far as photography goes.
The walk starts out along a golf course. Bottom left shows what's left of St Catherine's Castle, part of the many fortifications built by Henry VIII after the reformation to protect against attacks from france and Spain, who wanted Catholicism reinstated in England.
We still have 1.5 miles from this spot, even though it is RIGHT THERE!
First things first. We have a cream tea and it is delicious!
Lots of little shops.
We finish with a cider by the quay and then walk up to the bus stop for the 30-minute ride back to our cottage. We are well-pleased with ourselves