Still feeling wiped out though the sore throat is receding thank the Lord so more pics in this post and will be catching up with my recent reading later on in the week when I can concentrate a bit more.
I am a huge fan of a series on UK television, Doc Martin, starring Martin Clunes, who is a lovely man and an excellent actor. Doc Martin, an esteemed and successful surgeon, develops a blood phobia and finds he can no longer carry out operations. He decides to get away from it all and takes up a post as a local GP in a fishing village in Cornwall. The fishing village is Port Wenn but in reality it is Port Isaac and to my delight I found it was a mere fifteen minutes walk away from Port Gaverne where we were staying. So one day I set off for a lovely walk along the headlands and into Port Isaac where I unashamedly wandered around with my camera taking pics and generally being a Doc Martin groupie. I am pleased to say I was not alone and when I stopped a young couple and asked if they would take a pic of me outside the house they used for his practice in the TV series, they were pleased to do so if I would return the compliment.
So pictures shown here for aficionados of Doc Martin who will recognise them, but on their own merits for everyone else. Delightful place with gorgeous harbour, winding streets and full of charm.
Harbour at Port Isaac
Me smirking outside Doc Martin's House
Walking down into the village and harbour
Tide out at the harbour - white house up on headland was used as Port Wenn school
And, once again, we had the most glorious weather. I just wandered about beaming at everyone it was all so lovely.