11133812_10153200155662272_8673298854540317242_nI think AirBnB might be my new favourite thing! For anyone who doesn’t know it’s a collection of really unique places to stay all around the world, whatever your budget, and you can book them all through the site easy as pie! I thought I’d give it a try to book a last minute weekend away over Easter and wasn’t really expecting there to be many options as it’s such a busy time so was amazed to find this shepherd’s hut in Bungay, Suffolk.

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Brighton Pier

photo 2I suppose my favourite kind of beach is the secret kind, but there’s something very jolly and traditional-British-holiday-like about Brighton that I very much enjoy. We arrived at dusk, the perfect time to see the pier in all it’s illuminated glory.

There’s an extensive arcade, sweet shops, those boards you can stick your head through to take a funny photo, and a fun fair!

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Secret Beach: Hayburn Wyke

 1379499_10153004663007272_6095383637767885849_n ‘Secret Beach’ might become something of a series at Wild Wandering Folk as finding them is a new hobby of ours.

Hayburn Wyke is on the North Yorkshire coast and is easily accessible either by walking along the coastal path (right) or by parking at The Hayburn Wyke Country Inn and trudging through a few fields in a seaward direction until you find the trail.  We visited in winter so there were very few people around, but I get the impression this place is little known and pretty quiet most of the time anyway.

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