Some People Prefer Hotels, Motorhome Novices Tour Cornwall by Nigel Rowland Hicks

Some People Prefer Hotels Motorhome Novices Tour Cornwall by Nigel Rowland Hicks

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

In my continuing support of local writers I am pleased to be able to review this book for Nigel who grew up in Fleet. “Some People Prefer Hotels Motorhome Novices tour Cornwall” is about Nigel and Emm’s enthusiasm for a motorhome and the learning curve which goes with being a novice.

With the children left home, they sink their savings in to a motorhome and plan a trip to Cornwall. They return to places they’ve visited in the past and found new places of interest too. Nigel writes with humour and a good dose of grumbling as things go wrong and the rain is determined to make its mark.

They take Monty the dog and visit some lovely places such as Trebah Gardens, St Michael’s Mount, Lands-end. Looe and Polperro. The book includes some wonderful photos and tips from Nigel about how best to navigate and park your own motorhome when visiting many of these sites.

With the trip at a final successful end, Nigel leaves the reader with a set of useful items he suggests you might need to survive your own trip. It’s a great slow paced tour of one of Britain’s most popular counties.

This review is based on a free copy of the book given to me by the author.

Find a copy here from or Troubador Books

Read the first 3 chapters on Nigel’s site 

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Nigel will be our guest author on July 12th, do come back and find out more about him and his travels.