Day 2 – English Coast – Southwold By stemiranda • On June 5, 2017 • In London On our first full day in England, we visiting a quaint little town along the English coast – Southwold. It was pretty amazing to see an English beach. I just loved the beach huts and especially Jabba. Welcome to the Southwold PierThe quaint little town of SouthwoldThe Beach HutsThese are nice little beach huts. Here we are with Jabba.You can rent these little huts on the beach for 22pounds per day.Yeah, they have their own brewery here in Southwold.Too bad I don’t drink beer, eh.Look closely, those are two trees no one giant one.Ummmmmm, no thank you.Monument just outside the church.St Edmund King & Martyr Church in Southwold.The Lighthouse is peaking over the homes in Southwold.Emma feeling powerful next to the canon in town.Delicious food by the sea at The Lord Nelson InnElena and Emma sit with Alice at lunch.Nice little boxes hold the condiments at the Lord Nelson InnA lovely home in the town of Southwold.A nice view of the Southwold Pier.Just hanging on the edge of the pier. It was windy!The Miranda’s as pirates. AARRGH!On the pier with our gracious hosts, Jeremy and Alice.Interesting little shop at the end of the pier.View of the huts from the pier.Why no dogs?The lighthouse in all it’s glory.