It was still raining next day but brightened up after lunch so we went to another RSPB reserve, Titchwell (or was it Twitchwell??). There were lots of serious twitchers loaded down with impressive equipment, making us feel a bit pathetic with
our small binoculars! However, the sun shone and it was all very pretty, with lagoons, reed beds and a lovely long deserted beach. From a hide we saw avocets, Mediterranean gulls and sandwich terns, then finished with a welcome cuppa and cake in the
café’s outdoor area, where we saw an amazing poplar hawk moth.
On Monday we were moving on, but not too far, so we had time to kill before checking out of the camp site. We decided to walk through the woods and then drove to the Sandringham
Visitor Centre for coffee and cake (expensive) and to see if we could spot the house (we couldn’t). So back to the caravan to pack up and move on. Here yet again disaster struck – a locker door broke due to my carelessness. I
really shouldn’t be allowed out!