Will another looks.
I've no idea why anyone would think that those that holiday in Padstow itself would be any different to those that holiday on a static site.. Pt. Isaac and Rock (amongst many others) also have issues with holiday makers, all year...Much preferable to being stuck on a static site with the proletariat. Then meals and evenings in the local pubs.
Madame has a pathological hatred of caravans ( no logic behind it).I've no idea why anyone would think that those that holiday in Padstow itself would be any different to those that holiday on a static site.. Pt. Isaac and Rock (amongst many others) also have issues with holiday makers, all year...
I have mostly gotten used to it down here, except for a couple of idiots who decide it’s fine to do 60 through our village and accelerate when they see you heading down the lane.Just back from Harlyn and Padstow. It's beautiful with its own climate. Saw loads of Teslas. Cream first for me and you can get a 7 foot 6 surboard in the boot of an XF with a back seat down. New drivers to the area need a course to establish that they can actually drive without leaving a metre clearance to the left road edge. You see them coming towards you in the middle of the road with no clue that it doesnt work like this here. These roads are narrow. You also need to be able to reverse for at least 100m on a winding narrow road. Farm equipment and buses don't do reverse unless they really have to. There's a visitor type who thinks everyone will move over for them. They won't. And you might need to polish out some light scratches from the hedges and undergrowth but that tends to get trimmed back in time for the English school holiday rush.