More photos of Port Isaac.... March 15, 2010 Get link Facebook Twitter Pinterest Google+ Email I went for a walkabout before starting work. On our way home Port Isaac Views Get link Facebook Twitter Pinterest Google+ Email Comments Lucia15 March 2010 at 15:10Can you imagine living in that house perched on that cliff with that probably most likely amazing view!!!VEry nice pictures Anne. Thanks for the tour! I would love to live there for a summer!ReplyDeleteRowena...15 March 2010 at 21:29That last image did it for me. What a stunning yet peaceful view!ReplyDeleteLiz15 March 2010 at 21:54What a lovely place. And I love the look of those shops selling cards and posters.ReplyDeleteMerisi15 March 2010 at 22:02What a beautiful place! Loved your impromptu excursion story: It's amazing how fast one can change the scenery!ReplyDeletecasalba16 March 2010 at 08:49Beautiful, Anne. Is this where they filmed "Doc Martin"?ReplyDeleteAnna16 March 2010 at 10:17Hi Anne, here I am. We just comunicated few minutes ago on facebook. Thanks again for contacting, it's always a pleasure to be in contact with people around the world and know their stories and places. Glad to follow you! Here is my link, have a look when you wanthttp://www.beautiful-liguria.blogspot.com/ Buona Giornata! AnnaReplyDeleteJenny17 March 2010 at 00:52my, oh, my. Your camera was very happy and very busy. Thank you for more shots of your quick visit. How did the working evening go, I wonder? The restaurant looks so perfect by the seaside. and I love her wine racks.ReplyDeleteM.Kate17 March 2010 at 05:56Love that last photo..I imagine myself sitting on a rock having tea haha :)ReplyDeleteTrubes17 March 2010 at 11:40Memories for me again Anne..... Glad you featured the Fishmonger right on the harbour.The Chap who runs it, has a recipe for every piece of fish you buy...Roasted Turbot steaks in white wine, garlic, lemon, butter and parsley....seved with Cornish new potatoes and fresh garden peas...Superb!When the tide was out, we used to sit on the beach and watch the fishermen bringing in their catch...There is also a traditional English Pub, on the edge of the harbour that serves lovely beers coffee and tasty, proper home made food... marvellous stuff!Di.xxReplyDeleteBarbara17 March 2010 at 13:50Hi Anne,As you say, "brilliant !".Stunning views. love the ambiance of these small port towns. Such a world of difference with our urban surroundings !You could imagine; if I had friends who offered me a similar chance, I would grab it too !( getting me out of the house :) )xxooReplyDeleteScintilla @ Bell'Avventura17 March 2010 at 16:21I dream of an England like this...Lovely photos!ReplyDeletesally in norfolk17 March 2010 at 18:43wow such a beautiful looking place.... great for walking i bet :-)ReplyDeleteBritt-Arnhild17 March 2010 at 18:58That's beautiful Anne.I see alot of my favorite blues in your photos :-)ReplyDeleteElisa @ Globetrotting in Heels18 March 2010 at 16:27oh wow! Looks amazing. Stay right there, I'm packing my bags and then I'll call you for directions ;-)ReplyDeleteWelshcakes Limoncello18 March 2010 at 23:10Oh, you've gone and made me feel all nostalgic! xReplyDeleteLinda19 March 2010 at 06:16Wow! Lovely place.ReplyDeleteTrubes19 March 2010 at 15:06Sally in Norfolk: PortIsaac is the most lovely place for walking, there is a wonderful coastal walk and lots ofother places to walk to, from the village...Well worth a visit, I do hope you find time to go there.Di.ReplyDeleteMonica25 March 2010 at 10:18Port Isaac is my favourite place in Cornwall.Just perfect.ReplyDeleteAdd commentLoad more... Post a Comment Thank you to everyone for commenting, it certainly makes my day. A pleasure to see everyone of you. Old and New.. Blogging not only opens up the world but gives us new friends.