Easter in England 2015 – part 5


The magical mystery tour continued – I was thinking we might go see Rye harbour and Rye castle but the kids weren’t keen, so we popped into Camber Sands for an ice cream and a paddle in the sea.

I like Camber, we go there a bit as it’s safe, easy to get to and family friendly.

The day was pretty misty for some reason – but it was still warm and the beach was busy with families making the most of their Easter break.  Gotta love how we Brits make the most of the beaches when the sun shines.  Mind you, we’re still like that when it’s raining.. (as I remember from my summer holidays as a kid..)

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We chilled out for a bit – not even an hour, but it was nice to relax and just throw stones into the water, paddle and indulge ourselves.

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