09 July, 2016

It's a Carousel, My Friend

The Great British seaside is often an extremely underrated attraction. With the ability to go abroad at the touch of a button and for such low cost, the seasides across the UK are being neglected by families who once spent all summer by their shores.

Last Monday, my family visited a quintessential seaside town, Weymouth. Our visit was a last minute, spur of the moment type affair, mainly due to my parents not wanting me to do nothing on my birthday. This meant that I didn't have any time to look up what Weymouth has to offer.
We had set out fairly late in the morning, so at the forefront of our minds and tummies was food. We looked at menus for a dozen restaurants around the harbour, but the vegetarian option were majorly lacking, so we opted for Wetherspoons. If it ain't broke don't fix it.

With bellies full to the brim, we headed off into the town, for a hit of retail therapy. Luckily we didn't find anything worth buying, which I'm sure my bank balance will thank me for! After following the trails of narrow streets and independent shops we headed to the beach, where we pootled around for a little while.
After an impromptu photoshoot by the harbour, we headed back to the car, ready for our next adventure.

If you want to find out what we did after Weymouth then click here!



  1. I love the good old British seaside! It's always freezing but nothing beats it! I hope you had a great time. Love the photos!!! Xxx

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  2. The last time I went to the seaside it was tipping it down with rain! Loved the photos, hope you had a good time xx

    Sophie |

    1. The typical British Summer! Thank you Xx

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