September this year saw envoPAP embark on its first UK staycation to the South West of England. The trip, coined in Marylebone after work one evening, was an opportunity for the team to visit the Eden Project, enjoy a morning of coasteering and catch a breath of the fresh Cornish summer air.
Leaving London early on Friday, the team drove the five hour journey to Cornwall, stopping for a deliciously fresh, local fish lunch at Edie’s Kitchen in St Austell. The Malaysian vegetarian curry option for Kaushal wasn’t bad, either! The restaurant’s contemporary feel and open kitchen was an ideal way to get the trip started. Regan then drove the short distance to the Eden Project. The outdoor attraction, featuring two biomes, is set in a disused mining crater and houses the world’s largest rainforest in captivity. It provides an outlet for sustainability and conservation in the UK and provides critical research into rainforests and biodiversity, in addition to bespoke apprenticeship opportunities and school workshops for children. The biomes produce the exact climate and atmospheric conditions for over 5,000 different species of plants.