The morning after

I spent the night at the youth hostel within the Eden Project.  Rather than dorms as is often the case with youth hostels, this one is run in conjunction with Snoozebox, each of the rooms fashioned out of a shipping container, The rooms include a shower room and ‘loo, two bunk beds and a double bed, so easily accommodating a family of four.   The views (and sounds) the next morning were breathtaking, as I got up and caught the first bus out of the Eden Project back to St Austell train station.

I was rather early for my train, so did some sight-seeing in the vicinity of the station.

I got back to the station in time to catch my train, and started my travels back east.

Travelling by day meant I could see the countryside and seaside I had slept through on my way out.

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