Two species of seal breed in the UK, the grey and common seal. Both species spend much of their time when not feeding hauled out on beaches. Blakeney Point on the north Norfolk coast is one such haul out spot and unto 500 seals can be found here during summer. The plan is to catch a train from Liverpool St to Sheringham, we then take a 10 min bus trip to Morston Quey where we'll catch a watching boat for a 2hr seal watching trip around Blakeney Point. It is possible to walk there, but the boats will get us closer to the seals and disturb them less. Blakeney Point has a whole host of other wildlife too so, as the journey there takes 3hrs, there is the option of camping overnight at a site in Morston Quey (150 yards from the sea beach) and doing some more wildlife watching the next morning before leisurely heading back to London or catching a train back on Saturday night. Tickets from Liverpool St to Sheringham are currently £11 each way, seal spotting boats are £9 per person and the campsite is £7 per night - so all in all a pretty cheap weekend! The challenge for this trip is to see who can get the best photo of a grey and common seal - so don't forget your cameras! Sign up quickly so I can book us a boat trip before they get booked up!