Mevagissey, part 2

Mevagissey is a small and charming fishing village in Cornwall which has one of the best pasty shops for miles around. That’s right I am shamelessly promoting the pasty shop where I had a delicious pasty, hopefully the message will get through and I will get a complimentary van load of free pasties next time I go to visit.

Ironically the traditional hand made pasty shop was empty of custom, while everyone queued for the fish and chip shop across the street. It is sad really as why would you go to Cornwall and have fish and chips? You might as well go to a top restaurant and order Mini Kievs.

Keep the harbour tidy! This is my friend Jane which is inexplicably ignoring the signs for the charming sounding Elizabeth’s Tea Rooms (note apostrophe). I wanted to go in and order cake, and fine wine, but Jane did not let me.

I still find this picture a bit disturbing. I have figured out what it means, but it reminds me of my favourite photographer David Shrigley in a way. Either that or someone is having a laugh.

This brings me out in giggles. “You do know I’m an evil hypnotist?”

And so we leave picture-skew Mevagissey, until the next time ekcetera. There is a terrifying garden of piskies that I have not shown you, and Britain’s most disquieting public toilets. Till then take care of yourselves, and each other.

2 comments on Mevagissey, part 2

  1. moc (not verified)
    Thu, 07/21/2011 - 11:07

    Ha! Elizabeth’s Tea Rooms! Home of nasty blackboards covered with illegible writing and redundant apostrophes!

  2. admin
    Thu, 07/21/2011 - 11:11

    Or missing apostrophes.

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