So I have been living in Cornwall for nearly 8 months now, it is the Easter holidays and we are on the move from St Austell to Newquay. A move I have been anxious about for a while but it was happening regardless.
It's the Easter holidays and the move is on! It was stressful, annoying, I dislocated my ankle and it turns out washing machines are bloody heavy!!! All a bit hectic to be honest!
But, with help, we got there and we are in our cute 1 bed maisonette in Porth which I adore! The weekend came, we had unpacked and, for the first time in what felt like a long time, the sun was shining.
We enjoyed lie in's, muddy coastal walks, surfing (I even managed to finally stand up!!!) and amazing sunsets.
Newquay grab hold of me & wrapped me up in wonderfulness.
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It's Time To Grow
The past week has been a bit of a whirl wind! My partner and I have had a plan to move to Cornwall for a while, a lovely part of the world I am sure you will all agree. After receiving a call last Tuesday for a job interview to become a Science teacher in St Austell, we were there by Wednesday evening ready for him to be in school for Thursday morning. After a few days of being in the school and a weekend of interview practice and lesson planning, Monday soon came and it was interview day!
As you can probably guess... he got the job!
And I am pretty excited to call this place home!
This will be our local beach, Carlyon Bay.
This beach is slowly becoming more commercialised and vacation friendly, with a pop-up bar, BBQ and seafood restaurant. They even do open air cinema nights where you can hire hot tubs. I think it is safe to say I will be very happy here!
Another beautiful place just 7 miles from St Austell is the stunning harbour town of Mevagissey. With extremely narrow streets and winding lanes opening out on to this small but idillic harbour, I think I can easily spend and afternoon getting lost here.
After a lovely dinner in one of the local restaurants, The Harbour Tavern, we strolled around the harbour and were greeted by a stunning sunset with the moon by the light house.
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