Mythical Magic of Cornwall is all round and striking. Life here is full of ancient history, tales and legends – many of which we tell on our tours. A day trip out sightseeing around Cornwall as a result is interesting, amusing, historic and pleasing to the senses. As evening falls, these legends and tales seem to come alive at times. Walking in Newlyn one evening I came across this amazing sight.
An old moss-ridden wooden gate with greenery growing in front colouring it beautifully. Behind the gate, winter bare trees and branches stretching out in the dark blue evening skies. Far in the distance, a faint light from a light house just visible. My mother always said ‘blue and green should never be seen’. Nature mix them with great finesse though!
Storm Freya in Kernow.
During our winter period, we often have storms travel past our fair county. Last week storm Freya visited and we walked in the woods enjoying the sounds and swaying trees. A short video on our FB page tells this story nicely.
The coast and sea can be intimidating during storms although I find the views fascinating. In the middle of these adversely classed weather conditions there are often surfers taking advantage of the generated great waves. So, adrenaline sports are alive and well in Cornwall!
As professional drivers, we attend 5 days refresher courses every 5 years. This ensures we are updated with latest information on First Aid at work, Driver’s Hours, Manual Handling, Vehicle Checks, Legislation and everything else. Alvajoan of Cornwall have completed theirs early 2019.
Booking Your Tours.
You can bring up to 15 friends for Tours with Alvajoan of Cornwall. We are happy to pick up from the London area and drop you back or to a port. Email Your requirements and we shall be pleased to create Your perfect Cornwall Tours just for You.
Minibus with luggage trailer on tour in front of Tregenna Castle, St Ives, Cornwall.
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Alvajoan of Cornwall