East Anglia, The End of The Holiday

Suffolk 2018

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19 responses to “East Anglia, The End of The Holiday

  1. The deckchair photo reminds me of my first ever trip to Weymouth with a mate, we were 18 and slept on the beach in a tent made from sacking! But I saw there the two jobs I always fancied, deck chair attendant and ice cream parlour owner. Still hoping!

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    • I took my grandson (5) to a funfair, he said that when he grows up he wants a job looking after the dodgems. I hope he becomes more ambitious as he grows older!

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      • I don’t think I did! The young man renting the deck chairs merely sat on the beach wearing only shorts, a leather money bag around his neck, reading a book and waving his hand in the direction of the large pile of deck chairs each time someone paid him. He never moved, spoke or looked up …. idyllic!

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  2. There not their …

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  3. And, I always want a sun dial when I see one.

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  4. She’s a big girl!! 42D perhaps.

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  5. Another good set, symbolising seaside holiday at its best

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  6. A brief backward glance, then onward.

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  7. Ha, I had a similar reaction to the mermaid! Very scary indeed. She’s get me out of the water faster than a shark, Andrew. 🙂 –Curt

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  8. Life’s just one big holiday for you isn’t it? When you going to get a proper job and settle down?

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  9. Did that gull have its eye on the fish and chips?

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