BROADSTAIRS, EAST KENT 15 JULY 2016 As you may have guessed Shore Projects loves the British seaside but we have been spending way too much time in our London office recently so we thought it was about time we took a day trip to check out some more of our beautiful British Coastline. We had a recommend from a friend that Botany Bay was a must to go and see so this was our first point of call. The sun was shining and it promised to be a beautiful day by the seaside. Botany Bay does not look like your typical British beach with jutting rock stacks and white chalky cliffs. We took a long walk along the sandy beach and explored the numerous smugglers caves carved out the rock. After wearing ourselves out we settled down with an ice cream in hand and made a pact that we should go to the beach every week. Unlikely to happen but still everyone needs to hit the seaside more often - it does the soul good. In the afternoon we decided to head off for some lunch in nearby Broadstairs. We had no idea what to expect from Broadstairs but it was literally like we had stepped back in time about 40 years. If you want the true British seaside town experience with amusements, colourful beach huts, fish and chips, and a bandstand with an old boy singing his heart out then this is your place. We loved it. Botany Bay and Broadstairs you have not seen the last of us.