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May Bank Holiday a tale of two coasts

By May 10, 2018 Kayaking News

What a scorcher this May Bank Holiday, but not for everyone! Whilst the South coast was basking in sunshine the North Coast was cloaked in sea mist! Pictured below all set for kayaking on both coasts with very different weather, yet just over half an hour apart!

Beautiful misty Trevaunance Cove, St Agnes

South coast basking in sunshine

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Kayaking along the St Agnes Coastline on a North Coast Kayak Adventure in the sea mist gave the tours a magical feel, just sound of the sea and echoes of our voices as we entered the mist free caves and archways carved out in the Cornish Mining era. This coastline is a World Heritage Site.

 

A magical air as we kayak along the misty St Agnes Coastline, Cornwall

Kayaking through archways carved of Polberro Mine, St Agnes Coastline

Kayaking into sea caves, St Agnes Coastline, Cornwall

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Meanwhile, on the south coast of Cornwall our Frenchman’s Creek Kayak Adventures along the Helford River and Frenchman’s Creek from Budock Vean Hotel were basking in sunshine! Some of our customers got so hot they enjoyed a wild swim off Wytham Quay, Frenchman’s Creek. This is the quay where we believe Daphne du Maurier moored up on her honeymoon! Daphne due Maurier wrote a novel with the same name ‘Frenchman’s Cree.’ I wonder she and her husband enjoyed a spot of wild swimming in the creek during their visit?

 

Kayaking along Frenchman’s Creek on a sunny Bank Holiday!

 

Wild Swimming on a Koru Kayak Adventure, Frenchman’s Creek, Cornwall

Kayaking under ancient oak trees, Frenchman’s Creek, Cornwall

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Thanks to everyone for joining us on our adventures. We wonder what the next May Bank Holiday will bring us? Want to book your space?

 

 

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