Of course when I went to the car rental agency they gave me a ‘big’ car for the tiny roads of Cornwall.
We used Falmouth as our base for exploring the southwest, from Land’s End, Penzance to a wonderfully named village, ‘Mousehole’. [Where a grocery store on High Street carries the name, what else,…’hole foods’.]
Cornwall with it’s lush vegetation was a delight to the eyes with stunning landscapes and flowers.
A challenge were some of the roads. Reverse is the most useful gear when encountering a large oncoming caravan, with nowhere to go but back for a quarter mile.
At that point it was time to long for the wide roads and open spaces of Canada — but not too much.