Tuesday, 12 June 2012

lonely, gorgeous beaches


With no one else intrepid enough to brave the elements of British beaches in winter, you own a whole bay, and you suddenly seem so much smaller, problems so much less important when you remember how big everything is and that the waves will keep crashing no matter how badly everything goes wrong.

Also, makes you so much less guilty about the post-walk fish and chips, doesn't it?
This beautiful beach is in Suffolk, with one of the best fish and chip shops in the country nearby, blackberries to pick in the autumn and a rowing lake complete with island and a Peter Pan wendy-house to complete the perfect idyllic English holiday.

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