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Day just chilling in Horsford and a spot of cheap and cheerful lunch at The Oaks. Washing done and nicely drying in the sun ready for our next stint.
Edinburgh for 2 nights then 'old London Town for 7. Plenty of people to catch up with and so looking forward to it. Will have a day up the East End, go and view the Shard plus lots more in the greatest city in the world. (Oh ok that's always debatable but certainly one of the greatest)
... about the waterproofs, they are only good to a certain extent, but the rain foun its way in through the neck, up the sleeves and down the tops of the shoes. At least we managed to keep ourselves reasonably warm if not t\that dry.
The first stop was at Horsey wind pump. A great old windmill first used to drain the lowlands of its water. It had actually blown down a couple of times so this version was the one from the the ...
... beach cafes and sat in the sunshine while enduring the bracing breeze. Hemsby was a bit of a surprise. It wasn't as nice as I thought it would be. I had quaint seaside town in mind and it turned-out to be more of an areas saturated with 1970's holiday camps each with their original chalets. The B&B was a bit out of the areas so we walked expectantly to a pub on the sea front that the ...
... the toll for getting there for a vehicle over 3.5 tonne (us) was supposed to be almost 20 pound however when Denise leaned out the window to greet the toll lady I'm sure she heard our accent and decided we weren't English and charged us only 5 pound. Very reasonable we said as we raced away before she could change her mind.
More about Wonderful Wales in next blog. Thanks for reading.
Denise and Col
After a hearty breakfast and also a quick visit to the least busy Waitrose that I've ever been in, we set off on our day's journey. Today's route would take us back to the sea via Dulwich and Southwold and then inland to our stop for the night at Beccles.
Strangely we saw very little of the sea, glimpsing it at Dulwich and then when we took a short detour at Southwold to have a look at the beach.