I know, it's getting a bit boring isn't it, all this sunny weather?! We had a lazy morning in Port Isaac before driving down to Watergate Bay. This area is very popular with surfers. Mr JK and I are not part of the water sports fraternity - we were there for lunch at Jamie Oliver's Fifteen Cornwall. Before going in to eat, we took a look at the beach. There were loads of surfers and body boarders as well as people playing games, flying kites and just relaxing in the sun.
Our lunch was absolutely delicious and I can share our desserts with you. While Mr JK tucked into vanilla panna cotta with spiced plums and pine nut crumble, I polished off rhubarb and cinnamon cake with toffee sauce and clotted cream. Yum yum!
After lunch we had a quick stop off at Trerice, a National Trust property. It's a lovely Tudor house and has lots of hands on things for kids (and adults!) to have a go at.
Before I go, I promised you some knitting! Here are the stripy socks I started knitting last week when I was in Devon teaching my friend how to knit socks. They are very bright and colourful, I may have to knit myself another pair very soon! xxx