Over the summer I hiked from the National Trust's Lizard Point along the South West Coast Path to Kynance Cove. The weather was all over the place, but the whole thing was stunning from start to end. From coastal cliff erosion, black sand beaches, white sand beaches, turquoise waters, a very handy café, seals, an incredibly hard working fisherman returning from collecting his lobster catch and a cow who just didn't know how to behave on camera (I challenge you not to laugh at that point!) I put together a video of my wonderful day out, if you choose to watch it, I hope you enjoy it.
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