After a hectic summer we promised ourselves a bit of a break. We set off to Cornwall with the motorhome and a kayak trailer in tow The sun was out and we parked in a deserted National trust Carpark, with WC and actually paid £2.50 charge, not like me at all, hee hee. The beach was 10 yards away. What a beach, Carne and Pendower Beach, we were parked at the Carne end. it was far too rough for geriatric, namby panby southerner to launch the kayak in so we opted to fish from the beach and hope the weather/sea state improved later in the week. But it was not to be, Adolf von National trust warden, emptied the cash box and was surprised to find we had indeed paid for the last two days, then came over and said, No camping, no overnight parking, no signs, no apology, just sod off we don't want the car park filling up with motorhomes. So we went home bugger Cornwall, they don't know how to present a cream tea anyway. Damned if I pay and damned if I don't. The general population do not want their peace and quiet shattered by the sound of cash filling the tills. Shame really as it really is a magic place and virtually deserted this time of the year.