Our drive down was pretty uneventful, with average traffic and an easy ferry crossing. I was glad to have packed some snacks for the car, including GNOSH dips ( I am obsessed with the Beetroot and mint, the Black Bean, and the Babaganoush flavours), breadsticks, a chicken satay quinoa salad and some chocolate chip cookies, as we didn’t make it to the house until 9.30pm.
We met up with some of Anna’s friends on the beach and around 3 o clock we made our way to the pub on the beach, only to be told they had just finished serving food!! So annoying . We hot-footed it over to another beach to try to get some lunch from a crab shack, and luckily it did not disappoint. Emily and I shared a crab salad then had some delicious ice-creams in chocolate dipped cones.
It was lovely to enjoy the last of the sunshine and chat with Anna’s granny (whose house we were staying at). Can you believe she is 87, and still so active!
We all decided to take advantage of the fresh fish available so started with crab mousse and smoked mackerel pate. Nick then opted for a steak, while Anna and I chose Halibut and Emily went for Sea Bass.