January 15th, 2017
I had been here a year ago, and decided to come back.
A little village, nearby Rye.
Just about an hour and a half from Brighton, there is this little gem.
What makes it special is the sandy beach. Here, in the south coast of UK, you usually come across pebble beaches, so when – last year – Felix and I discovered Camber Sands, we instantly knew we wanted to come back.
Maya and Edgar loved running around everywhere.
There isn’t so much to do, in the actual village: you can see most places are closed, as they probably just open during the summer time. But coming here, for just a day, was what Felix and I were looking for.
It was extremely relaxing, and anywhere you look, is absolutely stunning.
All the houses are so cute, and make the village look so cosy.
I love walking around and seeing smoke coming out from the chimney, or at night, when most lights are off, but then you see one, shining bright, coming for a little cottage.
It warms my heart.
In the evening, we drove up to Rye, where much more is happening. We figured it would be a sleepy town during winter, just as Camber is, but we were wrong: all the restaurants were booked (good thing we ate dinner at home) and the cinema, which we booked in advance, was packed.
We watched La La Land, which we both enjoyed very much, and then made our way back into Camber, where we spent the night.
It was freezing outside, but somehow we managed to stay out most of the day, as it was so lovely to just stroll around.
I have also gathered a few clips, which I’ve just edited into a video that will go up later today – keep an eye out for that!