Don't be afraid of the dark was rather creepy but I liked it, Is anybody there? was quite enjoyable, Insidious made me want to go and watch Insidious 2, Romantics Anonymous is still simply wonderful, The House At The End Of The Street was just rubbish and Marnie was an interesting one!
A few weekends back we rented a house in Camber for a few days (the most amazing beach walks) and Rye is only a very short drive away so we visited it as much as we could. It's very beautiful and picturesque with some great shops, beautiful houses and cosy little tea shops. I tend to snap away more for instagram now than my blog which I guess is why my posting on here has decreased but I want to make it more of a regular thing as I love to see other people's updates so I need to get my blog act together.
It was so wonderful to visit camber sands the other weekend and go for a couple of amazing walks. I love to have a good look into the houses that are right on the beach and think about how great it must be to wake up in the morning with those views and to to just run in to the sea for a quick swim before breakfast! It's definitely one of my favourite beaches and our evening walk was just breathtaking!
Finding Mr Destiny was quite silly but lots of fun, Respiro is so beautiful and I enjoy it more and more every time, The Conjuring did actually have me afraid to look on a few occasions, Cairo Time was extremely absorbing with such wonderful scenery, 17 Girls was a great little French story about how pregnancy can become contagious and Rentaneko (by my favourite director Naoko Ogigami) is about the joys of renting a cat and it was wonderful!
While my best friend Kaori was visiting this summer we headed off to Whitstable for a couple of days. We stayed in the perfect hotel right next to the sea and luckily the sun was always shining so we fitted in lots of walks, Oyster slurping for Kaori, front door gazing, beach hut exploring and curiosity cola drinking. Whitstable is definitely one of my favourite seaside spots!