“The society which has abolished every kind of adventure makes its own abolition the only possible adventure.” Paris, May 1968

Friday, 13 June 2014

Normal for Norfolk again.

We will be viewing England's debut World Cup Game in the north Norfolk seaside town of Sheringham.  Nothing fancy. A couple of  nights at the Two Lifeboats Inn, crab sandwiches, a pint or three of Woodford's excellent Wherry Bitter, long walk on the coastal path. The first time that I received the hospitality of the Two Lifeboats was during a film job that was on in the locality but we returned a couple of years ago and I was pleased to see that the same cheerful scruffiness had endured. No breakfast but there was a good cafe up the road. I fear that times, and the Two Lifeboats, have changed. Now they offer  "Boutique Bed and Breakfast", whatever that is. I just hope that the lady who runs the shellfish stall across the road hasn't decided to go upmarket as well.
Some of the regulars in the Two Lifeboats pre - boutique B&B.

1 comment:

sis snot said...

ben wiv me nan to wells the other week n they got a sale ship witch has a bar. i neerly fell in the see wen i got off hammered one day :)nan gave me a rite bolokin