We’ll be swopping the views towards Mull and Iona for views towards Gwithian and Godrevy. We’re heading south to Cornwall for a couple of weeks exchanging the turquoise sea of the Passage of Tiree for the similarly coloured sea of St Ives Bay. Godrevy is a tiny island which has a 19th century stone lighthouse. The lighthouse was built in 1859 in response to the great loss of life on The Stones, a submerged reef extending about a mile to the northwest of the island  across the eastern approach to St Ives Bay. Lots of similarities in the topography, and culture, of the two locations but a very different climate. Much warmer in Cornwall!

North-South Divide