July 22, 2008

A Potential Neverland

That place keeps hunting me, I don’t know why I am so much attracted to visit it. but each time I read a book I read the name Cornwall. The other night my happy thought for Sameh was visiting Cornwall and a dinner at Rick Stien’s restaurant. Only when he asked me how did I know such a place I decided to search it up. These were the results I got




















P.S.
So, happy enough ya Samoo7?

5 comments:

Arabista said...

Lol...I live very close to Cornwall- on the border infact bewteen Devon and Cornwall and trust me it's not never never land. Yes it's beautiful but it's also extremely finacially deprived, it has one of the highest rates of unemployment in the UK, most kids end up experimenting with drugs due to a lack of things to do, there are no universities or cultural life to speak of, no working transport system. The new generation there can no longer afford to buy houses- due to rich people buying them as holiday homes and pushing up the prices.
I assure you though that it is lovely for about a week and then becomes mind numbingly boring.
Sorry to be so negative

Btw- you should update your links ya habibti...I started a new blog and can no longer be found at Ha Ana

Shimaa Gamal said...

Now I am disappointment that even my potential NeverLand turned to be a disaster with some nature to show off :(
Now I have to find another Neverland :(

The list is updated ;) Welcome Back

insomniac said...

lol A, i knew it!!!

;)

Basbousa said...

Beautiful pictures!

Shimaa Gamal said...

Hello Basbousa

The pictures are really beautiful it seems that it is a nice place. I hope I will have the chance to enjoy a vacation there.

Thanks for passing by