A holidaymaker recommends against visiting a renowned UK vacation destination, claiming that “expectation is better than reality.”

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A holidaymaker recommends against visiting a renowned UK vacation destination, claiming that “expectation is better than reality.”

A YORKSHIREMAN has resorted to YouTube to describe his experience of visiting Cornwall, a renowned tourist destination. Everything took a hit, from the roads to the pasties.

The vacationer chose to take a “relaxing” excursion to Cornwall. “I’ve returned from Cornwall feeling way more agitated than when I went,” he claimed. He drove down from the north of the country in his van for six hours, but the journey did not turn out to be as spectacular as he had hoped.

In a YouTube video, the visitor declared, “You should definitely never ever travel to Cornwall.”

Before travelling to Bodmin jail, Liam revealed on his YouTube channel ‘LiamTheTerrible’ that he initially travelled to Newquay, which he compared to Scarborough and described as “quite nice.”

“Given that we’re in a global pandemic, and Brexit has happened, and lots of things have gone to sh*t,” Liam says, “people of Cornwall have decided to hike all their rates up.”

“I paid £40 for one night on a campsite without electricity,” he explained.

The amusing diatribe lasted ten minutes and covered a wide range of topics, including the size of the roads, which Liam claims are not designed for vans or any other type of vehicle.

“They must have some sort of unique miniature automobiles over in Cornwall,” he stated, “because I’m not sure how they physically fit on the road.”

The visitor said he’ll be the first to join a petition to build motorways all over Cornwall so it’s easier to travel about in a very controversial move: “I’ll be the first to sign a petition to build motorways all over Cornwall so it’s easier to get around.”

Nothing went unnoticed by the guests, who were likewise critical of Wales. “Cornwall is a different place, like Wales but worse,” he stated.

Cornwall is too big: “Getting from one side to the other takes 17 hours.”

“There is just one station,” says the narrator, referring to the lack of petrol stations. Good luck locating it.”

“I’ve tasted pasty before, it’s kind of moist,” says the narrator. It’s not like that in Cornwall; it’s unique.”

He urged that tourist “traps” such as Land’s End be avoided, and that St Ives is impossible to visit since it only has one car park, which he stated was “impossible to find.”

“St Ives is a bit like Scarborough, but much prettier,” he remarked. It’s lovely, but you can’t stop there; you have to drive past it.”

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