20 thoughts on “the boardwalk, down by the sea

  1. It looks very calm and serene there, very nice!
    I always though a boardwalk was an American word, perhaps because of the Drifters song.
    So Australia have them too. 🙂 It still amazes me the things I’ve learnt since blogging.
    As roughseas has said, I’d never heard of them in the UK either.

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    1. Thank you – I think foot bridge the more commonly used term in general… and what I would call is as well but I guess technically it’s a walk made of boards… Boardwalk has an American connotation. Urunga is a lovely spot. We always enjoy a nice lunch at the pub and a wander.

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