Sunday afternoon at Camber Sands was delightfully warm and sunny with the tide way, way out exposing the miles of glorious golden sand; it was a great day for dogs and kids (both little &big). There were a number of tinies in bathing suits & before you have an involuntary shiver in sympathy, the water is almost at its warmest at this time of year. No, no “it’s all relative to the air temperature” grumbles please, the water felt warm even to this middle aged paddler.
The expanse of sand, sea and sky is a sight for sore eyes and has to give the best coasts in mainland Europe a run for their money.
Talking of running brings me back to dogs – here’s a photo of a dog who travels in style on the back of a biker’s trike and he loves it.
He was on a day trip out from Eastbourne and had had a fantastic time on the beach. I snapped him just as his master was revving up the lean machine, a 3.5L V8 to be precise.
You can just spot him in his rucksack on the trike, in middle between his master and mistress.
Ahhh, it’s the smell of burning leather……
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Blue Badge tourist guide
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Tagged bikers, Blue Badge tourist guide, Camber sands beach, dog with goggles, Eastbourne, paddling, rucksack, sand, sea, trike
Brighton tends to be known for the sea, its glorious pavilion and great street scene but did you know there are folks who prefer what is going on beneath the streets?
Here’s the photo proof – people emerging into the sunlit uplands from the manhole cover [shouldn't that be acquiring an equal ops identity?] in Victoria Gardens early this week – all had positive things to say about their stroll!
Tours of the Victorian sewers are available in the town, are proving to be very popular and are not as unpleasant as you might expect. The tunnels are dry and unsmelly (relatively) at this time of year and completely fascinating – or so they tell me!