Day 2 was spent exploring Whitstable which was in the midst of the oyster festival. I have a confession to make, I don't think I've had oysters and not sure I ever will but you never know.
Erm....maybe next time !
Results of 'next time' not!
Apparently a fabulous place to eat, heartily recommended by the locals.
Some really quaint little shops, galleries & cafes.
Lovely gallery and inspiring work of artist Bruce Williams.
This cute little place was up for sale - I guess Ed must have found his mermaid!!
I have an urge recently to live by the sea, this kind of home would do nicely. I have always loved American style wooden clad homes so this on the coast is a nice mix with a large studio attached where I can make lots of creative mess and have open studio days!
One day, I can see it happening!
Love the pastel coloured beach huts dotted along the coast.
Also came across a what looked like a wonderful wedding venue 'The Artist's Beach House'. Looked great but as there was a wedding celebration going on
felt it wasn't the done thing to start taking pictures of the scene, tempted as I was.
I finished my day off at Tankerton where there were yet more beach huts.