Last week my family and I went on holiday to the lovely little seaside town of Lyme Regis. We had such an amazing time I thought I’d share a few photos and memories.
Most of our time was spent on the beach, building sandcastle, swimming in the sea and burying each other in the sand.
It was Lyme Regis Lifeboat Week while we were there so there were loads of awesome activities on. We took part in a few of them.
Because it was lifeboat week the RNLI (royal national lifeboat institution) put on lots of displays. At one point we actually got to board the boat and have a look inside!
We did a few walks on our holiday. Some long, some short. On one short walk we saw a stunning viaduct, so impressive. Another time we walked about 9 miles to Seaton, got the bus back to Lyme and then had to walk 2 or 3 miles back to the campsite. I must admit, my feet nearly dropped off!
We took some really cool selfies while on our hols. I tried to be creative and do something a little different when I took the one of me laying on the stones.
I love fireworks, they’re magical. I love to come up with names for all the different types, gold sparkles, fairy dust and lily flower. Watching them shoot up from the end of The Cob and explode above the sea, lighting it up in a thousand different colours, beautiful, just beautiful.
The Cob is a long wall in Lyme Regis that encircles the harbour. It is fun to walk along, you can feel the fresh sea breeze and it whips your hair around. My Mum and Uncle used to spend all of their holidays in Lyme, doing all the stuff we’ve done.
I had to include this lovely photo of my sister.
After our lovely holiday in Lyme Regis we finally had to leave, but the fun was not over. We had a few places to stop on the way home, including the Cerne Giant, a village fete and Durdle Door, a place of wonder and tranquility, although it is invaded by hundreds of tourists every summer.
I took so many pics of Durdle Door, because I think it’s stunning. Here are the best ones:
I’ll finish with a few family shots and a big thank you to my Mum and Dad for such an awesome holiday.