This is my 100th blog post. Wow. I was delighted to write my first piece for the Guardian about great places to eat on a budget in North Devon. Busy busy. To celebrate I'm going to indulge in a couple of photos of one of my favourite places in the world: The Lizard Peninsula in Cornwall. These places are all within about 10 miles of each other.
The archetypally Cornish fishing village of Cadgwith. Beautiful thrift in the foreground.
It is beautiful, rugged, remote and just a very relaxing place to be.
I have previously described some of my favourite things to eat there including the sinfully divine Hope's Cinnamon and Pecan Buns, Polpeor Cafe and Ann's Pasties, but actually you can't beat a little rustic picnic featuring Hope's gruyere and cumin bread, spiced pears, Helford Blue cheese (plus Tesco olives, Cornwall haven't got around to producing those....yet)