Walking the Southwest Coast Path

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Day 15
Newquay to Perranporth 11 1/4 miles

First half of the day was light drizzle, and the afternoon mostly overcast. The first day along the trail without the sun and it felt good to have the change!
Another huge change was the crowd levels upon the beaches. From being almost wall to wall people, the beaches today were almost completely deserted. More so than the weather, it reflects the end of summer and the ultimate return to school for families. Bank holiday over; summer winding down; we now begin the slow approach of autumn. Best time of the year to be traveling! 🐾

 

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