A visit to the Broads

Tuesday, September 03, 2013


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Strange as it may sound, I’ve not actually ventured as far East as the Norfolk Broads before. I’ve always seemed to think it was a longer journey away than it actually was. To be honest I was taken aback at just how many boats there were and the style of them. In my head I imagined the odd canal boat would drift past and that would be about all.

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As it was a beautifully warm day I couldn’t resist an ice-cream, which had to be a double (greedy!) one caramel, one strawberry cheesecake, for the record it was divine. I actually didn't realise that the shot below had my camera strap mid-shot, I thought it was a shadow! So annoying as it would have been a lovely shot otherwise (d'oh!)

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Have you been to the Broads? I want to find somewhere for a lovely long walk…

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9 comments

  1. This looks lovely, I really like your picture with the bumblebee :)

    Maria xxx

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  2. I have always heard good gthings about the Broads, but have never been to Norfolk. Loving the new layout by the way!

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  3. Haha I thought the one with the birds on water was snow on first glance! Soon... Lovely pics, the ice cream looks fab! :)

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  4. Nothing nicer than being by the water... except maybe being on it!

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  5. You can do a nice walk along the river at How Hill, Ludham. It's all run by an environmental charity, it used to be a private house. Through the gardens you come to the river and can walk along it for quite a way (if I remember correctly - not done it in ages)
    It's a shame that in lots of villages the houses are built alongside the river and you don't get to walk beside it for very far.

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  6. Nice walks at Ranworth Broad (can go up the church tower if you have a head for heights!), Salhouse Broad and Wheatfen, where Ted Ellis nature reserve is. Some lovely bits of water to sit by if you are of a mind, and a few reasonable 'watering holes' around too!!

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  7. Never been to the Norfolk broads but it looks lovely. Double ice cream..yum! Lovely photos x

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  8. Lucky enough to have a sailing boat on the broads so lucky enough to spend a lot of time there. There is a very unique atmosphere that I love.

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