Bathing and showering during the warmer months

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    I love the warm sea, especially lying in the shallows with my bikini on and letting the waves roll over me.

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    I love the warm sea too! The North Sea near me is cold, even in summer so it’s not often I swim, although on a really hot day it is nice.


    Ooooooh North Sea no thanks, Cornwall is much better. Another cold day shame I cannot wear socks with my work outfit, never mind Spring will soon be here.


    Cornwall looks nice, although I have never been there. The nearest has been Devon. The sea looks beautiful and feels lovely.


    Yes Cornwall and of course Devon are lovely, we will probably go to Devon for a holiday this year. That means sorting out my bikinis and swimsuits again, I am awful but I don’t throw any away but buy a new one every year. Still I do love the beach and putting a bit of flesh on display lol.


    I’ve been to Devon: it’s beautiful there. I do like the sea. I have been to hot countries and having a dip in the sea is wonderful. What I did learn was to not put sun cream on my forehead: it drips into the eyes. OUCH. Just a tip.


    Ah good one it does sting if you get it in your eyes as well I know, some of the beaches are great if you go off season lovely for walking the dogs as there are miles of open beach for them to run on .

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    Unfortunately, I don’t have any dogs, but if I did – and had access to a beach – I would happily walk along and let them run free. The sea is wonderful, but I seldom visit a seaside. Still, for those that do, may they enjoy it!

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