St. Mawes, Cornwall

DSC_4066aKad trešās dienas rītā pa logu iespīdēja saule, noskaņojums uzreiz bija daudzreiz labāks. Es jutu, ka šodien mūs gaida kaut kas īpašs. īpašais bija atklāsmē, kāpēc tik daudz cilvēku izvēlas šo reģionu atpūtai. St. Mawes piekraste  bija kā ievads.

Lai nokļūtu St. Mawes, mēs izvēlējāmies no Falmouth pārcelties ar kuģīti uz saulaino ieloku. Tuvojoties St. Mawes piekrastei, aizvien vairāk pārņēma sajūta, ka šeit saule silda un karsē visu gadu un ka šobrīd nav decembra pēdējā nedēļa. Kaut arī ar prātu sapratām, ka ir ziema, tomēr St. Mawes mūs jau sveicināja  ar pavasara vēsmām.

Third morning arrived with sunshine through the window, and our mood level got higher straight away. I had feeling that today will be samething special, and it was. At St. Mawes I understood, why British love Cornwall, why they choose it as a holiday destination. St Mawes was like a introduction in love with Cornwall.
To get to St. Mawes, we sailed on a ferry from Falmouth Pier for aprox 20 min. As we got closer and closer St. Mawes surprised us with worm sunshine and feeling that all life is so sunny and relaxed here. We needed be reminded that this is the end of December and by the way, it is still Winter. But St. Mawes didn’t follow the calendar, it greeted us with the Spring breezes.

Falmouth Velsas Prinča kuģīšu piestātne/ Falmouth Prince of Wales Pier

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St Mawes kuģītis/ St Mawes Ferry

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DSC_4030aSt Mawes

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 St Mawes pils/ St Mawes Castle

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DSC_4132aUn pēc tam kāds bija ļoti pārguris./ And in the end some of us was very tired.

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