Monday, September 24, 2018

Chasing the Last Bit of Summer Across the English Coast

A week back, we explored the timeless Edwardian seaside town of Bexhill-on-Sea. We had booked the trip at the very last minute, and our only plan was to relax by the sea, soaking in the tranquil surroundings.

But at every step, the town surprised us, enticed us. From its rich history, picturesque coastal walks to rich art and architecture, Bexhill sure came out to be East Sussex's best kept secret.

On a clear sunny Sunday afternoon, we took a leisurely 4 miles walk from Bexhill to St Leonards, stopping in between to immerse in the coastal views - the beach huts, crashing waves, playful seagulls, fisherman's lines hanging off the pebbled beach, children with big happy smiles holding even bigger ice-creams, dogs playing catch - just all things joyous.

Sharing few pictures from our walk.