Port Isaac is a charming little fishing village in Cornwall on the Atlantic coast. The prosperity of the village in the 18th and 19th centuries focused mainly on fishing and coastal freight. Nowadays, there is a significant tourist presence during the summer due to its popularity for filming movies and television shows.
We visited in the fall when it looked simply like a scenic sleepy village. I tried to imagine living is such a place. You certainly must be in shape; everything seems to be uphill.
As we walked (uphill) through the village center and along the coast, the beauty of the area was so calming. The seagulls soared above the blue water and came to rest on the cliffs while cows leisurely grazed nearby on vibrant green grass.
It was here that I sprinkled Dave’s ashes; a quaint picturesque Cornish harbor.