Well Dungie worked her magic and we're back home feeling refreshed, it's such a shame we have to come home via the M25, all those lorries and so much traffic, after spending a few days in 'the land that time forgot' it's a bit of a shock!
This is what they do best there, we had a wonderful fish supper on Monday, I had pan fried whole plaice at the Pilot pub, amazing!
And this is the relaxing way to do it.
And this is where you could live if you have a spare £250,000, I wish!
And this is what gives light to an otherwise black piece of land once it gets dark.
I don't know why we love it, but it always brings us peace and quiet in a sometimes mad world.
But as with everything else these days, nothing is sacred. There are proposals to remove huge amounts of shingle from the beach to protect the power station, there will be up to 50 lorries a day from October to March for 12 years on this wonderful peaceful place, if the powers that be have their way.