I mentioned in my first Woolacombe blog post that within twenty minutes of arriving here, we were on Barricane Beach ordering Sri Lankan curry from the renowned beach cafe there.
We returned yesterday evening because it was dry and sunny, though still very windy as the photo of my son swimming (yes swimming, without a wetsuit) will attest.
Today has been the sunniest so far and I actually wore shorts.
With a jumper.
And a hoodie.
After brunch at the Beachcomber Cafe, an almost daily haunt, we went to the beach, hired a windbreak and set up camp for the day. It was windy and on the cool side and my poor children sat huddled in beach towels, determined to spend the day by the sea.
We changed for the evening and went out for supper.
My jeans are a very recent purchase and I’m thrilled with them. I’d been looking for something paler and more casual than my favourite skinnies and these tick all the boxes. My gorgeous broderie tunic is one I’ve had for almost two years, yet it’s the first time I’ve worn it. It was sent to me as a thank you for one of the very first blog collaborations I ever did way back when. I absolutely adore the feminine broderie anglaise detail.
We ate at The Tides Inn where Wednesday night is curry buffet night. This was perfect for my hungry children and we enjoyed the friendly, laid back yet bustling atmosphere there. The food was lovely- a choice of the curries with naan, poppadoms, rice and chutneys.
Such a beautiful evening and for the first time since our arrival on Saturday, the sea looked calm.
Pale blue jumper, Jack Wills SS15
Yellow vest, Kaleidoscope, SS14
Denim Shorts, Fat Face SS14
Foral pull-on trainers, Johhnie B by Boden SS15
White broderie anglaise tunic, Ondademar, SS13
Pale cropped jeans, Next SS15
Yellow bowling bag, Boden SS14
Silver sandals, Boden SS15
*Be Beautiful Statement Necklace, Happiness Boutique, 22,90 Euros SS15