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Another part of the River Wye today.

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Arrived home from a week in Spain- very close to the Algarve border. My first time in mainland Spain and absolutely loved it- hope I'm back again soon. This view inland after a walk along a (some 8km!) stretch of beach.

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A walk up the 272 steps to the Batu caves in Kuala Lumpur. I must admit I was surprised to bump into a couple of members of the admin team halfway up. I didn’t ask for a selfie though, apparently they can get grumpy if you bother them while they’re eating…..

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I’m still doing my morning walk before a day working from home. Today I heard some rustling in the bushes from an animal that sounded bigger than the usual squirrel. Then to my surprise out jumped a couple of deer. Only managed to photo one of them as one look at me and they quickly ran off.

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My morning walk today. It's starting to look and feel a tad Autumnal.

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Had a few days visiting my granddaughter in Lowestoft and we had a lovely time :D
Pakefield beach, 10ish Saturday morning, it’s warm, WHERE is everyone?? :shock:

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A new take on the beach hut, dad’s trying to persuade mum, but Marnie they are only £30,000 for 15 year lease :shock:
I think she’s ignoring him :lol:

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kiter65 wrote: Sun Aug 27, 2023 9:53 am WHERE is everyone?? :shock:
Spookily quiet beach :shock:
Where are the dogs???
Also - if I had £30,000 I’d have a beach hut. My idea of a wee bit of heaven :thumbup:
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There’s not a lot of space for £30;000 :lol:

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Ahhh... you’re not wrong :lol:
Still - space for an armchair and a dog bed. Squeeze in a flask of coffee. :lol:
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kiter65 wrote: Sun Aug 27, 2023 9:53 am Had a few days visiting my granddaughter in Lowestoft and we had a lovely time :D
Pakefield beach, 10ish Saturday morning, it’s warm, WHERE is everyone?? :shock:

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A new take on the beach hut, dad’s trying to persuade mum, but Marnie they are only £30,000 for 15 year lease :shock:
I think she’s ignoring him :lol:

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I saw those beach huts when they were being installed a couple of years ago. I've generally been to Suffolk out of season, and it's been quiet along that bit. The beach cafe always seems to be open though, and the fresh cooked donuts are good..
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@kiter65 @JAFO I get my car serviced at the Toyota dealership on London Road, they do it while I wait so if it’s a nice day I’ll grab breakfast and wander along the prom next to South Beach. There’s a café on London Road South run by an Albanian guy who does a cracking breakfast. Beach Café, it’s called.
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We stay at Warners, Corton, and over a few breaks we've done a lot of the coast southwards to Southwold, Dunwich, Aldeburgh, Woodbridge, and numerous other places as well. The church at Blythburgh was worth a look. This is at Thorpeness, near Aldeburgh.
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kiter65 wrote: Sun Aug 27, 2023 9:53 am Had a few days visiting my granddaughter in Lowestoft and we had a lovely time :D
Pakefield beach, 10ish Saturday morning, it’s warm, WHERE is everyone?? :shock:

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A new take on the beach hut, dad’s trying to persuade mum, but Marnie they are only £30,000 for 15 year lease :shock:
I think she’s ignoring him :lol:

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No one there?

They probably thought the weather would take a turn for the worst!😀

A pic from when I was last in the area…🤣
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JAFO wrote: Sun Aug 27, 2023 4:04 pm We stay at Warners, Corton, and over a few breaks we've done a lot of the coast southwards to Southwold, Dunwich, Aldeburgh, Woodbridge, and numerous other places as well. The church at Blythburgh was worth a look. This is at Thorpeness, near Aldeburgh.

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There's a very good golf course below that building and a decent hotel on-site if anybody is looking for a location for a golf break.
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