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Sunset at Durdle Door

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TGIF what are you guys up to this weekend? Last Sunday we drove to Sandbanks as you saw on Instagram and had a fun day at the beach and evening BBQ we then decided (very late notice) to take the ferry on the other side of the cove and arrived in Devon, the view was amazing it was like nobody else was there and the land was so fast and beautiful at dusk. We drove in the countryside for 30 min and reached Durdle Door, if you have never been please go it’s so worth the drive it’s amazingly beautiful and the air is so pure it’s heaven. We did not stay long as it was already 9pm and we had a 3h drive back to the city that night but we are already planning our next drive there and this time we will stay at the Camp site at the top as you can see in the last photo the view is amazing. Durdle Door or Dumbledoor as Lewis calls it had been on my list for a while now and I am so glad we did it. The ferry is only £3.80 and it’s a 5 min ride from Sandbanks and then the whole drive and the coast are part of what we call the Jurassic Coast.

Let me know your thought if you have been and if you haven’t please pin it in your diaries for a summer weekend!

xo S.

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