It's all about us - making, doing, eating, drinking - mostly frugally
It's a bit strange, there are vast expanses of sand, some cool looking old fencing, a view of the nuclear powerstation but it is lovely.
Cold, but lovely.
I love it there.
Round the corner from the cliffs in the background is the most amazing beach, which is only accessible via terrain which would challenge Sherpa Tensing.It is a naturist beach with a twist though, so not for the faint-hearted ;-)
Concerned about the twist but happy to not find out.And I have to say thanks to Kate for taking me there before I realised I'd been there, if you see what I mean.
That naturist beach is where I walk the dogs, they love it - but unfortunatly Alfie greyhound has a terror of strange naked men ( reasonable) and usually attacks them.
Scary naked people aside, it is lovely there - really gorgeous in a way you don't expect from the South Coast.But beaches aside - am working on a Richard tip tonight and love the Cinque Ports in Hastings - just proper old fashioned pub barminess.
I LOOOOVE Pett. That stretch of coastline is one of my faves. Didn't know about the nudist beach though... :oO
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