Wednesday, 29 October 2014

Half term in Norfolk

We returned last night from a most satisfying few days in Norfolk, as most of you know I'm a huge fan of this remote, magical county. Living in easy reach of it's beautiful shores has been a big plus point in moving to Cambridgeshire. We can even nip up for a day trip if we so wish, and to breathe in the crisp fresh air makes the sometimes arduous driving all the more worth it.

Luckily we found a cute little cottage in the middle of the bustling village of Burnham Market, only a few minutes drive from the Heritage coast. We were blessed with some of the best weather we've ever had whilst in Norfolk so spent most of our time messing about on the beaches until the sun came down bringing with it the most magnificent of sunsets. Ethereal, sweeping, blustery and majestic the Norfolk coast sweeps you up to an otherworldly consciousness. Despite leaving my mobile phone signal behind in Cambridge (if you are with Vodafone forget being able to use your phone) and the testing roads, I cannot wait to return.

Here are a few snapshots from our time away, if I've not convinced you yet then take a look at these:

Morston Quay




Wells Beach

Home for four days - Pink Cottage in Burnam Market
Blakeney Point



Mr Seal bobbing his head above the water!