As usual, the weather didn’t promise anything (more rain in other words) on Friday, and as we had our packing to do, we decided a hearty cooked breakfast in the restaurant was called for, followed by a walk around the holiday park and along the cliffs to the south. As it turned out, I didn’t really enjoy the breakfast, I tend to grill mine when I cook one, and it was far too fatty for my liking. K enjoyed hers though. We then set off along the road towards the pitch area for anyone staying in tents etc, or who bring their own towing caravans.
On Wednesday, we decided to make the trip to Flamborough Head. This entailed two separate bus trips, one at 10.00am (first bus in that direction from the Park) to Bridlington, and then another bus to Flamborough Head, north landing. It meant that we would be severely curtailed by how much time we had at Flamborough to look around and walk along the cliff top. I was amazed though to find when we arrived there, that most of the facilities, such as a cafe, were actually not open, the only place that was open for visitors to use, was a sort of pub, which did not serve meals, only drinks and snacks. Thankfully there were some public toilets available, and after use we set off to walk along the top of the cliffs.