Monday 20 October 2014

Cornwall Holiday Diary, Day Twelve

Hello everyone!

Day Twelve: Today we went to the King Edward Mine (KEM) for a look around the old mining site and to see how the process of ore and tin was sorted. There was also a nature walk to some of the old mine buildings which was nice, a part for it being so hot outside we felt like we were melting! We then headed to the White House for dinner, before going to Perranporth for a shop and wander around. The weather was once again gloriously hot!

You can watch the vlog for this day HERE.

OOTD | The entrance to the mine

Um... this was a thing (aka I don't remember for the life of me what this was) | The 'wobbly thing' that sorted the tin!

One of the old Stamping buldings | A lone horse in a field on the nature walk

Dinner at the White House | Perranporth beach

We had a really nice hot day again! The KEM was interesting, but it was so hot that the nature walk was just too much effort and I got heat stroke (again) from this day! Dinner at the White House was delicious as usual and we have yet to have a bad meal there! Perranporth was packed with people as expected in the heat, so we stuck to the shops and bought a few little trinkets and gifts for people as this was our second to last full day on holiday!

The next Cornwall post will be the last of this holiday series, so I hope you've been enjoying them! Have a great day and keep safe :)


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