Sunset over the sea as viewed from Land's End
A sea of snapdragons at the Lost Gardens of Heligan
View from the boardwalk over Heligan's subtropical jungle valley
Flame-red lilies in the "Warm Temperate" (Mediterranean) biome at the Eden Project
Beautiful landscaping at Eden
All in all, a lovely trip -- and lots of lovely food, too. Cornish ice cream, local breads and butters, clotted cream teas, cheeses, smoked salmon... And, yes, the fish and chips at Rick Stein's was just as good as expected, if not more! I fear no other fish and chips will ever be able to match the taste and quality. They should give you a knife and spoon to eat it with instead of a knife and fork, because the fish just falls apart. Mmm, I want to go back already...
In other news, Nell is working on an exciting new story, Charlie Darling, which will be a medical romance. You can get more details on her blog. I'm really looking forward to seeing the first chapter -- no pressure, Nell! :) Also, another of her books, Marrying Max, is available in the shops now, so look out for it!
Just finished reading: The Bride Wore Chocolate by Shirley Jump