Hello again, It feels as if its been quite a while since my last post, but I suppose not.
I always like being nosy and looking through other peoples interesting trips and experiences, so I thought that I would share my little spur- of - the - moment trip to Skegness beach.
Its been a long time since I last went to a beach in the UK, and the decision was a little random if i'm honest, I just really fancied a change of scenery! After scouring the internet for a day trip coach deal to the beach, I came across a 'Harry Shaw' coach deal that would cost just £30 return, leaving from a bus station near me, directly to Skegness beach. I hadn't really thought the whole thing through, and I just didn't expect it to actually happen, but after a long phone call to one of my best friends Asia, she agreed to join me, and we booked the trip for just two days away. (which was now last Sunday.)
So, This was it! We were going to Skegness! It seemed like a bit of an adventure really, Just me and Asia going on our own, We had never done anything like this on our own before, but I'm kind of trying this new thing where I say 'yes' to all opportunities, so this seemed like a good time to put this into practice, and I can honestly say, i'm so glad I went!
Here are some photos from our trip, Even though the weather wasn't the sunniest,
it was quite warm, and still a great day! (Brace yourselves for some horrendous selfies)
How pretty are these shells that we found on the beach? There were loads :)
Not sure quite what i'm doing in this one, but funny all the same :D
Skegness beach is soooo long!
You will have to excuse the mad hair, -It had just rained and the sea/ Beach air made my hair go crazy!
I wasn't aware that this photo was taken!
Asia looking B-e-a-u-t-i-f-u-l
Wow, I have no explanation for this one :o
Asia again :)
Idyllic, don't you agree?
As horrific as some of these selfies are, I feel like they truly show how happy this day made me, and I'm always going to love looking back on these pictures and remembering the happiness and the positivity that the whole day brought. This day reminded me of how much a change of scenery now and again is necessary, and I hope that this encourages everyone reading to say 'yes' to positive opportunities, and to remember to appreciate the little things in life, because they really do add up. :)