Cornwall Day 4—Pirate Ships & Viaducts

Sticking closer to the hut today, we visited Charlestown and its museum, Polkeris beach and went for a long walk in the Luxuylian Valley.

Wreckers in Charlestown does the best cream tea I have EVER had (and I’ve had quite a few). Beautiful hot scones, beautiful cream and jam. Perfect. The museum itself was pretty weird, but interesting.

The valley was incredible, gorgeous running water and just tons and tons of nature. The viaduct, which is humongous, was stunning and worth the crazy climb.

Luxulyan Viaduct

Luxulyan Viaduct

View from Luxulyan Viaduct

View from the Luxulyan Viaduct

View from Luxulyan Viaduct

View from the Luxulyan Viaduct

Luxulyan Viaduct

Luxulyan Viaduct

Luxulyan Viaduct

Luxulyan Viaduct

Luxulyan Viaduct

Luxulyan Viaduct

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Polkeris beach

Polkeris beach

Ship equipment Deep Sea Diving

Creepy Mannequins

These things were so creepy. The museum was interesting, but very very weird!

Glowing Skelleton Paint chip

Weird texture

I fell in love with so many weird colours and textures

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Norwegian Pirate Film

This ship was apparently being used in a Norwegian pirate film

Charlestown, Cornwall