Fun on the beach in North Wales

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  1. wendy says:

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    Love North Wales, and have had many a holiday there when little. Revisited a few years ago when we went to Prestatyn. Never been to Talacre, but sounds lovely!

  2. Such lovely photos Karen, it just have been so hard for you not able to join in! They are such quiet spots up here, we used to go to Talacre on Autumn evenings when we lived over that way and it was so peaceful. Lovely to see the photos of your two with Mini Travellers, must have been so nice to see hem all together xx

    • stoppingattwo says:

      It was hard to have to sit back and watch rather than join in, but I am grateful we were still able to go. It was lovely to be able to visit Karen and her Mini Travellers. The five girls had such a good time together.

  3. natalie says:

    We love Llandudno its actually one of our favourite places to go – I love the big prom and the beach. Gorgeous pictures. #countrykids

  4. What lovely photos – I grew up a long way from the sea so I love going to the beach whenever I can, and most of my first childhood holidays were on the north Wales coast. Brought back lots of happy memories. #countrykids

  5. Coombe Mill says:

    Your girls always look like they’re having a wonderful time whenever you go to the beach, it’s clear they love the time they get to spend there whilst on holiday. It’s such a shame your ankle was broken and you couldn’t do as much exploring with the girls but at least you got to relax, watch from a distance and enjoy the simplicity of the beaches. You definitely managed to squeeze in a lot of beaches whilst you were there, I bet the girls are begging to go back to the beach now they’re back at school!

    Thanks for sharing on #CountryKids.

  6. I just love North Wales, so many beautiful beaches and lovely seaside towns. I’ve never been to Talacre but it looks beautiful in your pics so may consider going there next summer. ๐Ÿ™‚ #CountryKids

  7. Love the skies in your photos, and love Llandudno, really need to revisit now I have Monkey, it’s such a beautiful part of the world isn’t it. Hope your ankle is on the mend #CountryKids

  8. Pinkoddy says:

    Sounds like a great holiday Karen, despite your leg being in cast. It must be nice to have watched them though – giving you a whole new experience. Mine also just love the beach too so it probably is because we are so far away.

  9. I can really understand your frustration. I love walking on the sand. Isn’t it funny how children just get on with playing as soon as they reach the beach. Not even a breath. I’ve not been to North Wales for a long time. Your photos remind me of how lovely it is. Hope it’s not long till your cast comes off. #CountryKids

  10. Doubtfulmum says:

    Lovely photos. I love the crispness of the lighthouse with the turbines in the distance. #countrykids

  11. Emma T says:

    Love photos and memories. That first beach looks wonderful -we found the same with Woolacombe beach – even when busy, there was still plenty of space between people. #countrykids

  12. Beaches are so much fun for kids (and adults). Those ones look beautiful and sounds like you all had a wonderful time in Wales. I would love to explore that lighthouse area. #CountryKids

  13. Fabulous photos. It looks like the girls were having so much fun. Such a shame that you couldn’t join in with them! I’ve never been to that part of Wales but it looks beautiful.

    We love the quieter beaches as my children love plenty of space to explore.

  14. So pretty there and this is what we do too during the busy tourist season here. We would go early (or late) so we have the beach to ourselves =) #countrykids

  15. So many beaches! They are all lovely on this stretch of coast. Lovely photos it must not have been easy not being able to join in so much. #countrykids

  16. I completely agree – beach time is so precious! Our holiday was so wonderful this year it has made me desperate to move to the seaside! This looks so beautiful. We have been to Pembrokeshire the last couple of years and it is stunning, clearly like North Wales. I love sand dunes too – they are present on every one of my favourite beaches which might be why I love them. I never considered the reason for them though, very interesting! #CountryKids

  17. What gorgeous beaches and it sounds like your girls had so much fun at each of them. What a shame that your ankle restricted how much you could join in – hope it is healing well. I love the photo of the girls running down the promenade at Llandudno – what a wonderful moment to capture. Sounds like you had a lovely time meeting up with Karen from Mini Travellers as well ๐Ÿ™‚ #countrykids

    • stoppingattwo says:

      Thank you! Watching the girls on the promenade at Llandudno was actually one of my highlights as they were obviously enjoying their surroundings and each others’ company at that moment.

  18. Your photos are glorious – such beautiful beaches! We’ve spent a lot of time in South Wales, but not on the North Welsh coast – looks like a great place to visit. So fun for the children to have the beach to themselves! #countrykids

  19. Sarah says:

    What a wonderful holiday and such precious moments with your family. Lovely photos of one of the most beautiful places in the UK. I’m visiting the UK from NZ at the moment and have just enjoyed a couple of beautiful days on the coast of North Wales. Magical!

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