Jennifer and David not having been to Polperro, off we went on the bus. First stop salted caramel ice creams (seems to be the in-flavour). Reminded me of when we sold ice creams in York with Top Gold the very best. It was always enjoyable selling ice creams as you knew you were giving pleasure.Then up to the cliffs where the fishermen’s net drying hut is…views over the harbour…and a bit of rock climbing for some…D + J didn’t quite get to the very top as this little lad did….We popped over to the other side of the little town to see the shell house,
and then caught a 72 double-decker, brand-new, to Looe where we were booked into the Old Sardine Factory for dinner….and really good it was too. I can safely say that the hake main course was one of the very best fish dishes I had ever had…..The Old Sardine Factory with its cafe and resource centre and restaurant must be one of the best additions to Looe in a long while….and finally I was able to test my mobile phone camera in low light and the results were terrific…it was dark, but the resulting photos came out nicely exposed.