Just round the corner from CK shop was this cute milkshake shop called Moo Juce, I popped in and got a menu ready for our next visit here. We'd just eaten so we didn't fancy one this time, but on the way home I wish I had. Sitting in the car reading all the different flavours made me just go yum! I'll pop the web address on so you can have a look for yourselves. www.moojuce.com just click on menu (be warned don't look if your hungry or thirsty lol)
We'll try one next time and let you know how it was.
But I could of spend more, upstairs there is a small dresser full of the most gorgeous vintage china sets, some that matched my little rose plate. But I said no Cath don't be naughty this time, wait and have a treat with your birthday money. Gosh I'm a good girl lol Ben was very proud of me :)
After leaving Brighton, we drove right along the south east coast, it was lovely even though the weather wasn't the best. When passing through Eastbourne I couldn't believe my eyes, it really is the old age capital lol there was coach loads of the elderly and hundreds of them along the seafront, bless them all. They where all enjoying themselves and making the most of the break in the clouds.
We traveled onto Bexhill and Rye where we stopped off for a bit of fun in a park. The girls loved it and ran around trying to go on everything they could. Legs stretched and fresh bums lol, off we went again driving onto our last stop my childhood town Dymchurch. I used to spend most of my summer holiday's here and have such happy memories from here.
This photo is very dark because by the time we got there it was dusk and the tide was coming in fast. But we still managed to get on to the beach and through a few pebbles in the sea. Daisy did her normal trick of running straight for the waves lol. No wet feet this time hehe! just happy faces. I am a little sad to see that the sea defences will be coming right along my beloved seafront where I used to play pirates and look for crabs and shells, but in my heart I know it's for the best. I will always have my memories no matter how much the place changes. Even though the beautiful little clapper board bungalow and pretty flowered garden is no longer there, I can still see it in my head every time I close my eyes and hear my Auntie Eileen calling me in for tea. The nasty new red brick house that stands in it's place can't take away any of my memories, they will live on me forever until my last breath. And I thank Ben for getting one last photo of the place before it was taken from me. I'll post that one next time.
Now it was dark and the girls fed and sleepy we made our way home. After a lovely day I felt very happy inside. And it didn't rain yeay! if anything it got a bit warmer, so someone was watching over us.
Maybe we will come back next summer and the girls can ride on the donkey's, build sandcastles, eat ice-creams with flake in them and fish and chips in the paper. My kind of heaven. You can keep your Costa, give me a British seaside anytime. Is it anyone Else's?
See you all soon x