Another lovely village to visit in the East Neuk of Fife is Crail. We parked the car here, unloaded the bikes and took an "interesting" series of tracks to visit a beach for most of the day (photos of that to follow another day). We returned to Crail in time to visit the pottery (I bought a teeny pot), to have cake in a cafe (lemon meringue pie for me, double chocolate gateaux for the children and carrot cake for hubby, all eaten before any thought of photographing them entered my head!), and to have a wander round the harbour...
We also met a very friendly cat. He was desperate to get a pet - we'd watched him from up the hill approach a few people and wrap himself round their legs to no avail, so we went down especially to see him.
Another wonderful village. I'll be adding that one to my places to visit list next time I'm up at my auntie's. x
What beautiful pictures! Thanks so much for sharing. I feel almost as if I went on a little holiday here.
what a gorgeous, gorgeous place...it is on my list of places to visit now!
and bless you for going down to give the cat a fuss!
it looks like you had quite an adventure on your easter break, always wonderful to visit here and see your beautiful photographs xx
What an amazing pottery!! xx
Great part of Fife for colourful fishing villages every few miles along the coast. Nice reflections.
How beautiful Crail looks as do Pittenweem and St Monans in your previous posts. I have ancestors from Fife and I've always wanted to visit that area to find out more. You have taken some lovely photos:)
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