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Crystal clear sea, Big waves for surfing, Great night life
when its windy its bl**dy windy
In a nutshell
British equivilent to Australia
No Worries was the first to ever set off the craze of people wearing lifeguard shirts, then others copped on and began copying the idea. I always worried that it would be mistaken for the real thing, but the real one's don't have the lining in the hoods. The shirts are quite cosy in the drafty wind and at £14.99 are a bargain. Everyone wears them, so we didn't feel like idiots.
What to buy: Lifeguard shirt, wet suits etc.
What to pay: £14.99 for a shirt.
Written Jul 28, 2009
Address: 66 Bank Street, Newquay
Luggage and bags: Suitcase with wheels on it
Clothing/Shoes/Weather Gear: Good pair of walking shoes, use for wet weather
Raincoat which can be folded up small
Toiletries and Medical Supplies: You can get little mini bottles in Superdrug. Boots are OK but I would use Superdrug. Also get empty bottles in there, & put some of your shampoo/conditioner into them.
I use heat Nurophen or Deep Heat patches for my back & Co-Dryzomol (get from Dr's only) for my back condition. You can hire crutches, scooters. electrick wheelchairs from Speedy (I know, awful pun!) from Falmouth but they must be ordered in advance. There's no shopmobility in Newquay.
See your Dr or nurse as soon as you can to get repeat prescriptions - get enough for the trip and a bit extra, saves hastle bealive me.
Photo Equipment: Sand & cameras don't mix.
Camping/Beach/Outdoor Gear: Bandanas are good for tying up your hair. mouth sheilds against flying sand etc.
Torch for those unexpected nights out
Whistle or emergency alarm
Miscellaneous: When travelling instead of buying cups of rea, take your own.
Wear a money belt under your clothes
Keep back those little black plastic forks you get with pasta pots, they are most handy
Updated Apr 4, 2011
Phone: 01326 352226 (advanced booking)