Prior to the 1940s, holidays at the coast for those of modest means would automatically imply a camping holiday. It was the rare exception that a family’s coastal holiday would be in an hotel of which there was a dearth. By today’s standard’s the majority of these hotels would not even be rated as today’s One Star accommodation.
For the average family, it was either a canvas sail over one’s head or nothing at all.
Main picture: Camping at Humewood in 1910Continue reading