Beach escape, day seven – the dreaded last day

Tomorrow we head home. We made the most of the day by spending the morning at Shark Bay, where we got up close to sleeping pelicans and saw a dead sea snake in the sand, and the afternoon here, at Iluka beach, where we swum (well, the ten year old did – it was freezing!), played cricket, chatted and laughed.

panorama beachYou can tell by this photo that we stayed late, just so we could squeeze every last ounce of ‘beach, sun and sand’ from the last of our week here.

We all agree we have made the most of every day. And now we have the ‘we-have-to-go-home-to-reality’ blues.

BUT! We have something special happening this weekend, thanks to wonderful friends, so that makes it a bit easier to leave.

I’ll tell you what the special happening is tomorrow 🙂


4 thoughts on “Beach escape, day seven – the dreaded last day

  1. Just caught up on your blog, Susannah. What a beautiful holiday and lovely reflections too. It occurred to me that reading your posts is like reading a letter from a friend- like in the old days when people wrote letters.


    • Fiona, that’s one of the loveliest things anyone has ever said about my writing 🙂 Glad you enjoyed my holiday xo (Wish you had a blog so we could have heard all about yours too!)


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