We're off to see the famous "Seven Sisters" chalk cliffs and spectacular Beachy Head.
The weather is still windy as we arrive at Birling Gap, but we are free of rain for the time being. The view along the white chalk cliffs is dramatic. Called the Seven Sisters because there are seven distinctive promontories or eroded hills between Birling Gap and the town of Seaford.
Down below us crazy surfers patiently await the arrival of the perfect wave. The water must be freezing.
Continuing on towards Eastbourne we stop at the viewpoint for Beachy Head. It's an amazing sight to see the lighthouse far down below at the bottom of the cliffs. There are no railings or protection at the edge of the cliffs and because of the height and easy access, it's one of the top suicide locations in the world.
None of us are interested in abbreviating their lives at this beautiful spot, though I recommend not to get too close to the edge. With the strong wind we might get blown right over and end up as a statistic.
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