We decided to take an impromptu trip to Norfolk for a couple of days last week. I called up a campsite and booked us in then off we went, car loaded with tent, food and cameras. We stayed near Blakeney, a part of Norfolk that I had not yet visited. It was really quaint and pretty, with a quay and lots of boats. On our first afternoon there, we had a delicious cream tea, sandwiches, scones, cakes and tea - nom! We ventured into Cromer, Sherringham, Morsten and Wells next the Sea during our stay - all of equal beauty. I really love Norfolk, there are lots of nice places to eat, cute little cafes and interesting shops - and the sights are always awe inspiring. Our campsite was nice, very small and basic but clean (very important!) and everyone was friendly. It bucketed it down on Thursday night, but it was actually quite nice being all snuggled up in layers of blankets and listening to the rain - until the time came to take the tent down and pack everything away! It was a really nice, relaxing break away - just what I needed.
Photographs courtesy of Steve Poxson, who also has a brand new blog showcasing his wide selection of vintage cameras - go and take a look!