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… a relatively short leg heading inland through the Cornish countryside towards todays destination Trencom Hill. We started the walk coincidentally meeting two walkers from London with the surname of Pèlerin, which is French for ‘pilgrim’ they had traced their name back to the religious Huguenots who were members of the French Protestant Church, many of whom, before the French Revolution of 1789, left their homes in France to escape persecution. More than 50,000 of these refugees came to the British Isles. The way travels through mostly farmland and open fields; Bowl Rock is a nice mythical stop for a picnic before braving to steep climb towards the foothills of Trencom Hill.