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Sunday, 17 August 2014

St. Ives Honeymoon Day 10-13

We are back home, unpacked, house cleaned and all back to normality. With that in mind here is the last instalment of our honeymoon...

For the last three days, we took a couple of boat trips and had tried to lap up everything St. Ives had to offer. We had wanted to go on a boat trip for a while, so when we eventually got round to doing it, we were a little disappointed that the sea's were a little rough for, what they dubbed "Seal Island", so we had to make do with a trip around the bays. BUT we got extremely lucky... as this little chap swam by to say hello whilst we were waiting for our ride!

He came so close, as wasn't the least bit timid. We saw him then every evening in the harbour. Anyway, the boat trip was actually quite fun. The guy was very knowledgable and told us everything about each of the beaches. It was lovely to see the St. Ives area from another perspective.

When we got back the sea had gone right out, so we had to take a little paddle to shore... luckily we were prepared!

The next day was very drizzly, so we decided to take Darcie to the cinema for the first time. You can read all about that HERE. We also spent the morning mooching around the shops and nipping into cafe's.

Later on that day, we decided to try another boat ride to see more seals. It got a little more choppy, I was a little worried at one moment! Though Darcie didn't mind as she fell asleep!

We had some amazing views of this lighthouse, we also managed to see plenty of seals. Unfortunately I didn't have a big enough lens to zoom in! After the trip, we had worked up quite an appetite. We headed to The Hub in St. Ives as we had heard good things. My god, they were right!!!

To drink we had peanut butter and jelly milkshake.... I have no words to describe how amazing this milkshake was. To eat, I had Pulled Pork burger and Jamie had a Cornish Blue Burger and we also had Nachos to share. I loved the vibe of this place, out of all the places we went this was our favourite. Plus they were very family friendly too.

That concluded our honeymoon, a pretty good way to end I may add, and the next day was the very very long journey back. 

Thank You St. Ives, you made our honeymoon so very special.

Mummy B xoxox

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