Following breakfast we then spent some time photographing the harbour at Dunbar.
We went to the Central Cafe this morning for a full cooked breakfast – and by the table were some photographs and menus from the past.
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The outside of the cafe looks very similar today.
However the prices have gone up a bit!
This is the reason to camp at the Camping and Caravan Club site at Dunbar – sunsets.
We travelled up to the Camping and Caravan Club site near Dunbar this afternoon and have got the tents up and a kettle on for tea and it has not rained.
Dinner was noodles with tuna and tomatoes – with fruit cider.
White Sands, Dunbar
Rather than stopping at a service station, I pulled in just past where Jeremy and I camped last summer and drove down to a car park on the beach for lunch.
As we got in the car to leave the camp site it rained again – but it was sunny as well!
Under all that cream there is hot chocolate!
Saddlers Coffee Bar, Dunbar
The Camping and Caravan Club site just outside Dunbar is in an excellent location over looking the Forth of Firth, Dunbar and Bass Rock. It is near the A1 so occasionally you can here the traffic but more likely you can hear the surf on the beach, a few hundred meters away. It can be very windy here in bad weather but on an afternoon like this with the sun and a slight breeze it is great. Tea just outside our tent with the view below.
The view from our tent. Worth all the rain for this.