Saturday

Iced buns and sunsets.

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UntitledUntitledI am very eager to escape on a day trip right now so it helps to look back at our trip to Whitstable. A visit to a local bakery en route to the beach for breakfast, stumbled across even more amazing beach huts, had a drink stop at Tea and Times on the high street and enjoyed the most perfect sunset. 

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  1. I live in a village so close to Whitstable and it really is a dream there. x

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    1. It's a really lovely part of the country that I would like to explore more!

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  2. I lovelove your tiny seaside village posts. Each one rejuvenates my desire to go back and visit this part of the country I've never seen!

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    1. Thanks so much Sally! That's lovely to hear!

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  3. Love the heart pebble pic so much! I really cant wait to go to Whitstable now x

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    1. You must go Kat! I know you would love it there!

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  4. Very picturesque. I also love your two-pastries-each snack, good going! Two buns is always better than one bun, as I always say.

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    1. One didn't seem enough and there were too many to choose from :)

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  5. i love those chocolate soy milk boxes :)

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  6. Happy colourful photos! Now I really want an iced bun :)

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    1. Whitstable is such a vibrant little place!

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  7. Gorgeous photo's, from a fellow Whitstable lover!

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    1. Thank you! Whitstable is so great!

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