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August 30, 2010


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i think i need a holliday and a trip abroad ;)
It looks so cosy and charming overthere !


Lyme Regis looks great - I love the pink houses. The look like ice cream :)

Kelly B

I love your descriptions of things, you make everything seem so dreamy! I love your blog! Thank you for brightening my day!


Thanks, Lucy. I used to visit Lyme Regis as a child. I loved revisiting old haunts. Abi x


Lyme Regis has been on my 'place I want to visit' list for a while but I have not yet been there... after seeing your post I want to go even more, it looks beautiful. I agree with Kelly B above - you describe things brilliantly, that's why I love your blog!


Oh Lucy you make everything look and sound delicious.Thanks for sharing your lovely holiday.


Lucy, have you read Tracy Chevalier's Remarkable Creatures?


It's all about Lyme Regis and fossil-hunters... and friendship.


Sounds lovely and looks very familiar, as we were there a few weeks back, then went onto Charmouth for some fossil hunting...not far from my neck of the woods. x


What a lovely day in Lyme R. Must put it on my list of places to visit. x


Que lindas as fotos!!!Amei!!!Bjs,Rê.


Oh, lovely..... Lyme Regis.... I love it there, so quintessentially English beachyness! We're living in Australia at the moment and it made me laugh when I saw the 'crowded beach' photo.... I have yet to find a crowded beach here! But still, the little ones getting in the water fully clothed remains the same wherever you live in the world!! Thanks for sharing.....

Crafty Gardener

I really enjoyed my virtual trip to Lyme Regis. Can't wait to see what treasures you bought.


Lovely images Lucy,such a happy ,family ,friends,seaside day.
Thanks for sharing :0)
Jacquie x

Melissa P

You are the best tour guide!

Sweet Shoppe Kitty

Beautiful pics!! And I agree, it's the English seaside at it's best. Love your friend's house!!


What a romantic place!

Mandy M

Hello Lucy, I have recently read a book (the name of which escapes me!) about Mary Anning and the Lyme Regis area. It looks just gorgeous and one day when we finally get to England, this is very definitely on my 'to do' list. The place just looks amazing, I too love those ammonite lamp posts, how quaint and swirly! Glad to see some things are the same the world over (little peeps loving the beach and getting all wet in their clothes!), I had a chuckle about that one!!Lovely sunshiney post as always, keep them coming...x

Kelly in Massachusetts, USA

Just finished Tracy Chevalier's novel about Mary Anning and so am fascinated by all things Lyme Regis. Your photos are a great window into the location! =)


Soooooooooo awesome, I want to go on vacation with you!! xoxo Robin


I am swooning looking at these pictures! Simply beautiful. Lucky you!


I feel like I was there right along with you...so glad you had such a lovely vacation. Look forward to hearing more...
As always, thank you for sharing!

pat sloan

what a beautiful town.. i need to find one with bunting and an ocean view! Thanks for sharing!


Oh yes fuego is delish - have a few favourite skirts and dresses from there :) have you discovered the little tapas bar just next to the beach? It also has a terrace overlooking the sea. we had the place to ourselves the other week, not sure why it was so quiet as the food was lovely.

Patti Johnson

thank you for taking the time to share your wonderful pictures! You take me to places I never will get to!


loooove avoca! used to live in ireland for a year and came across some avoca-stores while cruising around the isle! just fab! one of my favourite scarfs is from avoca (red, pink and purple) and Lucy, you'd love it, I'm sure!

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