Me: “What’s the access?”
James: “This will be easy, I did have it but I didn’t think to look it up before we came.”
So we arrive at the holiday home in a beach car park at 2pm on the hottest day of the year, whoops! A quick look around and we can’t find any access apart from a small crawl space through the brambles and in through a window. I spent the next 5 minutes crawling through the prickly undergrowth fighting my way to the small open window, this created much amusement for James and a beach goer who had stopped to watch. Once inside James casually strolled round the other side and went in the door. Knob!
Although looking as if it has been empty a long time it was in reasonably good condition, the beds were still immaculately made and and crockery neatly placed in the kitchen cupboard. These are my favourite kind of places small, messy and crammed with stuff. Was a very different explore from St Joseph’s Seminary which we successfully spent 5 hours inside the weekend before but sometimes the adrenaline gets in the way of your photography and you can’t spend as much time on composing each image.
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