Sunday, 27 March 2016

Easter on the East Coast

On Good Friday me and the girls decided to make the most of the one day of sunshine forecast for the Easter weekend and take a trip to the seaside. After a long and winding three hours and twenty minutes (still absolutely no idea why it took us so long to get there - the traffic wasn't even bad!) we arrived at Scarborough seafront. By this point we were all starving and had one, understandably, restless little baby on our hands so we headed straight for fish and chips. 

We spent the rest of the day in the amusements and walking along the beach - introducing baby of the group to the sand and sea, taking loads of pictures of her first seaside experience. Every time she did something cute there was an audience of seven doting adults cooing! After winning a load of tacky-fab (tacky but fabulous) key-rings and stocking up on fudge and sticks of rock, we walked back along the seafront to pick up doughnuts for the journey home.

It was such a lovely day catching up with my oldest friends and thankfully the weather held out for us. I took my camera and snapped away throughout the day, more so for myself because I love taking pictures and looking back on them, but I also hope you'll enjoy this little photo diary. 

For the rest of the weekend I've well and truly chilled, which has been a nice change from my normally pretty hectic schedule. What did you guys get up to over the Easter break?


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  1. Lovely photos, it's great to see you had such a nice day in Scarborough. All the food shots are making my hungry. =^-^=

    Sam | Momentarily Dreaming

    1. Thanks Sam. I know - I could eat seaside doughnuts all day! x

  2. Omg I love Scarborough! It's my happy place, the seaside is such a calming and relaxing place I love it! The amusements are fab too, I laughed at the bit with the key rings and fudge and rock, that's so relatable! Your photos are beautiful! I love all the colours!
    Becky Shannon xx - Life-by-Becky


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