We decided to stay a little closer to base today so had a lazy morning but ventured out to Minions, Golitha Falls, Jamaica Inn and Launceston this afternoon. This blog post also includes links to the Runkeeper logs and maps that show the paths we took for two of the day's activities.

We're taking our longest roadtrip of the holiday today and heading for the most south-westerly point of the UK mainland to Land's End.

As I said earlier, today was going to be a relaxing day and, with the exception of venturing out to Callington to pick up more supplies from Tesco, we've had a lazy day in the house with a late breakfast, a fight with the logburner (which Rhys did eventually win), a great rugby match on telly and then rounded off with a fantastic meal down at The Manor in the village.

Yesterday's plan was to explore Dartmoor and, ultimately, end up at a place called Becky Falls, a waterfall with nature trails. So we headed off in the Devon direction for an activity day.

Live from (near) Liskeard, here's the first of this week's blog posts as we take our first holiday for a couple of years with a week in Cornwall.

Becky, Rhys, Lee and myself are spending a week in a gorgeous bungalow on a dairy farm on the edge of Bodmin Moor. Although rural Pembrokeshire and rural Cornwall share a lot in common, for us it's more about getting away from home for a bit with a change of scene and a chance to explore somewhere new.

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