The path at Carvannel Downs
The morning weather was overcast but it wasn't raining. I walked along the coast path to Portreath where I stopped for a drink (tea) and a snack (toasted tea cake) before continuing on my way. It started raining at two o'clock as was forecast so I put on my rain gear and walked in the rain. When I reached Higher Pencobben it was still raining and I was getting wet from the condensation on the inside of my rain clothes so I decided to give Navax Point and Godrevy Point a miss by hiking along the road into Gwithian. It was too wet to camp so I tried to find a bed and breakfast but there was no mobile (cell) phone service so I wasn't having any luck. The staff of the local pub was very helpful but in the end I had to take a taxi back to Hayle where I hoped to get a room in the Premier Inn. No such luck - they were full but the front desk staff helped me to find a B&B that had a room available. Phil Dell, the owner of Random Stack B&B, drove to the hotel and took me back to his home. More examples of the kindness of the many people I have met along the way.
No pictures today. The weather was too bad.
Random Stack B&B
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