19 July 2017

Cromer to Home

A journey down the A140 to home, via Norwich which was surprisingly quiet!

Cromer is always interesting to escape from!

18 July 2017

Last day at Seacroft Site near Cromer

Today we took advantage of our Coast Hopper tickets and went to Cromer for some more bottled water. We came back just after midday.

Here are some views of Seacroft:

Entrance and reception, Club house in background


Club house and swimming pool

We had some food and beers in the club house building, and had an early night.
Pitch 21

Cromer and evening BBQ

Today we had a lazy day - coffee and the CoOp in Cromer, followed by an evening BBQ with our friends Bob and Anne - our last meal out was in Ponta Delgado in The Azores!

16 July 2017

Muckleburgh Museum

Today we took the bus to the Muckleburgh Museum. We stopped for tea at West Runton on the way home, visiting the camping shop.

In the evening had some gin with our fellow campers, and then some beer and cider iwth the Sunday roast and Chickpea curry ...

15 July 2017

Wells next to The Sea

Another start on the Coast Hopper Bus - we went into Wells next to The Sea. After a coffee we down to the harbour, and then had lunch at a restaurant at the Quayside - Seasons. Fish and Chips for me, Helen had Avocado.

Then we went to the Wells and Walsingham Light Railway and went for return trip to Walsingham.. Then back on the last Coast Hopper to the camp site.

Sheringham North Norfolk Railway and Beer Festival

Today we went on the bus to see the steam trains and have some beer!

The we went back for a Gin session ...

13 July 2017

Cromer and afternoon with John and Linda

In the morning we went to Cromer on the Coast Hopper - bought a beach towel and had some coffee.

John and Linda arrived around midday - we had lunch outside the van, and then chatted - with games of Boules and Quoits.

In the evening we had pints each and a meal in the Restaurant - curry was nice and hot!

12 July 2017

Home to Seacroft (near Cromer) Norfolk

Today we left home at 10 am, and drove to Seacroft near Cromer. An interesting site for the Caravan Club, as it has a bar and restaurant, together with a small swimming pool.

We arrived at 1230, filled up with water - there were only four pitches left, and we got one with a hard surface (21). Quite pleasant.

We've bought 7 day tickets for the Coast Hopper bus, and went to Cromer to see the pier (had an Ice Cream) and did some shopping in the CoOp. In the evening we had a pint of Doombar and Yorkshire puddings with sausages (one veggie, one meat). An early night!!