Here is a link of a review of the book Jamaica Inn book review
I will not dwell on this as I want you to explore the site about Jamaica Inn and enjoy the history surrounding it.
From here I move onto Launceston passing through some beautiful countryside.
On the way I will go through South Petherwin.South Petherwin
Anyone who know me will tell you I am not a huge fan of Churches and Cathedrals as I am very much aware of all the hardship caused when they were built. However that does not mean I cannot appreciate the architecture of the buildings and the importance of them in history.
So onto Launceston a market town that is dominated by a Norman castle.
|Centre Of Launceston|
Know don't forget to pay a visit to Launceston Steam Railway it is really lovely and I am sure most people would enjoy it if only for the fact it is a narrow gauge railway Launceston Steam Railway
More about the Railway There is plenty for all the family and don't forget it is run by volunteers and they are always happy to talk to you about what they do and why. So don't be shy speak up and ask questions after all that is how we learn and get the most from these places.
Map of the walk
A total of 22 miles when I have rounded things up.
As before I will break the walk into 2 sections
St Breward to Jamaica Inn 8.6 miles for ease of counting I am calling this 9 miles
17th 2 miles = 7 miles to go
18th 2 Miles = 5 to go
19th 2 miles = 3 to go
22nd 3 miles I am there now onto Launceston
Jamaica Inn to Launceston 12.9 miles again rounding up to 13 miles