It all began in Sunny Hunny. Apparently, it isn’t always sunny in Hunstanton but we were lucky enough to be blessed with glorious weather the few days we were there. We used the lovely seaside town Hunstanton as base for our trip. For those who don’t know, “Hunny” as some fondly call the place, is a lovely seaside town in West Norfolk. It’s one of the few places in the West Coast where the sun can be seen setting over the sea.
We arrived on a Sunday afternoon. After some tea and cake, we decided to take a walk by the pier. Was really impressed with the lovely flowers by the promenade.
We knew there was a seaside carnival, not surprisingly T wanted to head for there as soon as she could see it from afar but first my husband tried to convince me to try out the jellied eel.
I took one look and politely declined (did have a taste though) and instead enjoyed a small pot of mixed-seafood.
Not to be left-out, T all ready for the seaside fair asked for some cotton candy.
And then she was all set for some serious fun in the fair.
Sadly, T wasn’t tall enough for some of the rides. To cheer her up, we said yes to a temporary tattoo.
Her first choice was a sugar skull (she loves them), but then decided on the grim reaper. Yes, my daughter is a bit “dark” that way.
The woman doing the temporary tattoos tried to convince her to add some colour and perhaps even some glitter. But T knew what she wanted and politely said no. I don’t blame her. I don’t think the the grim reaper will be pleased to be dusted with glitter and colour.
And here’s my little goth girl, proudly showing off her tattoo. The woman said it will last a week and she was right!
We enjoyed the lovely picturesque scenes on our way to the flat.
It was a beautiful end to our first day in Sunny Hunny.
Where are we off to tomorrow, mum? T asked.
Off to the Norfolk Lavender Farm.
Wait for it!