Places of interest in Cornwall (from Analogue Bubblebath 3):
Gwennap Pit: This is an absolutely extraordinary location, renowned all over the Lanner area for its fabulous acoustics. It's also a great place for a swift game of tig.
The King Harry Ferry: Enjoy a cream tea before travelling over to the beauties of the Roseland Peninsula. In the summer 'The Methane Princess' comes inland to greet the season's holiday-makers.
Porthoustock Quarry: The deserted home of the fabelled pirate, Martin Trezidder. Some say that his screams can still be heard on the cliffs at full moon.
Hells Mouth: A bit frightening this one! Watch your step around this flabbergasting landmark as you might fall foul to a 520ft sheer drop to the hungry sea.
Chapel Porth: Both DaVinci and Rembrandt are said to have stayed here; it is indeed an awe-inspiring environment, suitable for budding artists of all ages. Alternatively, one can enjoy a famous 'croque-monsieur' after a day's climbing.
Last but by no means least, the maze at Mawnan-Smith - This used to a place where only the most debonair gentleman could venture but sadly the area has now been overrun by youngsters who meddle in hallucinogenic drugs.
Enjoy many other splendid attractions in the South West - but remember to take your litter home with you and keep close to the hedge when crossing the meadows.