So, four days into the holidays and so far we have been busy, busy, busy.
First there was the wedding then on Sunday we had a trip up the road to Nannas to return the boys suits and a walk along the river.
Monday we had a walk along Roker beach, a very blustery walk I might add. It was quite windy and the sea was very rough with big waves and even people surfing.
There were quite a few broken lobster pots and more washed up seaweed than I can ever remember seeing before.
Whopping great big lumps of it all along the shoreline.
Halfway along we stopped for chips , you can't beat salt and vinegar chips beside the sea.
It was quite a refreshing walk and the cobwebs were most definately blown away.
We'll be here again at the weekend for the annual airshow but we'll be joined by a few thousand people this time.
Today it was not so windy so we ventured up to Causey Arch , about half an hours drive away.
Lots of little wooden bridges to cross which the boys loved.
Causey Arch was built in 1725 / 6 and is the oldest surviving single arch railway in the world.
These stairs were a killer but the view from the top was worth it.
We also found a new friend .... can you spot the face ?
Hub is back to work tomorrow so I think we'll be having a lazy day , I think we need it.