Steve McKenna joins a tour in the quaint Cornish coastal town of Port Issac, the setting for a popular TV show.
It’s a bit different today, though. After taking a wrong turn somewhere, I’m lost in a tangle of serpentine country lanes — the kind where you dread turning a corner and coming face-to-face with a clunking tractor. The landscape is all undulating fields: some planted with vegetable crops, others layered in lush grass and munching cattle. Every mile or so, I come to a tiny village — say, St Teath or Pendoggett — and look out of my window, hoping for a sign. Preferably a sign that says “Port Isaac”. Eventually, I find one and I arrive in this snug seaside village only 30 minutes late for my walking tour.
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