Journals Norfolk Broads

Sailing, swimming, chilling

Created by Amanda on September 7, 2000 Best of IgoUgo

6 Reviews
1 Story

At the mingling of 5 rivers, (Ant, Bure, Thurne, Waveney, and Yare), the Norfolk Broads are a maze of waterways, pools or lakes (the Broads themselves) and fun. I was inspired to come here by the two Arthur Ransome books set here - Coot Club and The Big Six.

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Norfolk Haven

Created by Humble Pie on November 3, 2003

1 Review

Burnham Market is an idylic country village in the county of Norfolk in the United Kingdom. Lord Nelson was born just down the road from Burham Market in a place called Burnham Overy Staithe. There are lovely beaches and opportunities for sailing and quaint old pubs and shops.

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Norfolk in September

Created by hgould on September 24, 2003

2 Reviews

Blakeney Timeshare is quaint fisherman style cottages situated near the quay. It is a relaxed and friendly atmosphere. People spend there time messing about on boats and walking on the numerous coastal paths exploring the coastline. There are lots of places to visit in the area.

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Home to me

Created by Zoe travelwriter on April 22, 2003

1 Story

Typically English - largely unspoilt, rural, and pretty. This is my home!

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A Week On Water

Created by brittas on March 18, 2003

4 Reviews

I spent a week on a rented live-in cruiser with my family and toured the Norfolk Broads from Norfolk to Great Yarmouth.



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