030 - North Shields To Cullercoats, North Tyneside, UK – 2018.
Thursday 15/March – 2018.
North Shields Too Cullercoats, North Tyneside, UK – 2018.
As part of our weekly walks myself, and friends, Tony Tweddle, John Finlay, Maureen Finlay & Elaine Bowden Walked From North Shields, Tynemouth, Cullercoats & Whitley Bay & Back Again, The weather was terrible, the wind and rain was very heavy, we all got very wet (Soaking Of Wet). We spent around 3 hours here walking from North Shields Too Whitley Bay & Back On this beautiful but very stormy seafront walk.
Although as I always take my little Lumix camera with me, just to record our walks by taken photos while on the move, we did not have any from Whitley Bay, as it is still under major re-development, and there was too much construction at the time, thus blocking out some beautiful views along the beaches of Whitley Bay, as also by the time we arrived at Whitley Bay, the rain was that heavy, we looked for the nearest cafe.
Just to think, only about 20 miles from my home I can be into some beautiful countryside, within around a 40 minute drive. We found a beautiful café in Cullercoats where we had, coffee, tea, soup, sandwiches. When we finished it was a quick 45 minutes brisk walk back to the car, as at this point, the weather was getting far worse.
***Just One Of The Beautiful Walks We Have Within The North Of England, UK, So Close To Our Homes****
North Shields, North Tyneside, UK - 2018.
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