A weekend where the weather wasn’t playing ball for me, the strong winds and rain coming into the south west seemed to correspond with the time that I could walk. So I had a search and managed to find a weather window between 10am and 2pm in a place I hadn’t walked on the coastal path. The weather was grey and pretty windy, it started with the odd spot of rain as well but for the majority it was dry. The path itself had the hallmarks of a lot of the coastal path, particularly along the south coast, with the path rising to hills and the odd cliff and falling down to coves and beaches. There is a section along here where a landslide has diverted the path, the result was I ended up walking pretty much an out and back, as the diversion was to my return route. The walk wasn’t long but to be honest my fitness is shocking at the moment, need to do more in the weeks between the weekend walks methinks. Seaton has a couple of decent car parks, which are free until April, a pub, and a good café on the beach which I visited for a coffee on my way out, it gets very busy the year round and is a lovely spot, I’m looking forward to returning to do the loop in the opposite direction.