Angela, Susan and I spent two nights in Whitstable while visiting family in Herne Bay. We spent a day in Whitstable by heading to Forge Oyster Bar. Here the girls indulged in oysters. Not being an oyster lover, I had two donuts — they were tiny!!!
The bar had oysters for sale on a bed of ice.
We visited the harbor. About this time the tide was going out.
At the harbor wall, two ladies were sitting reading. One lady was reading a book, the other, reading a phone?
Along many beaches in Kent, may be found beach beach huts. These are typically used as change rooms and to shelter from the elements while visiting the beach.
Later that afternoon, we visited a beach close to Whistable, where we discovered that there were some birds.
Situated out to sea, off the north Kent coast, is a wind farm. The wind turbines are anchored to the sea bed.
Here are Angela and Susan looking out for birds among the wetlands located away from the beach.
After dinner, I headed to the harbor to catch the sun setting over the Thames estuary.
The next day we met with Angela’s sister before heading back to Surbiton that afternoon.