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... one out of the forty or fifty spotted asleep on a rock, and we brought its head home to England as a trophy.
Afterward, my crew and I explored a bay and river area, but failed to find anything notable. I made the decision to then pursue Willoughby Land, traveling back in the direction in which we came.
The next month or so was miserable. Rough waters and stormy weather made traveling extremely difficult, and my crew, tired and homesick, began to rebel ...
We've just spent a few days staying with Ernie (Margaret’s cousin) and his fiancée, Arlene, in Graveney in Kent. Unfortunately, we arrived at about the same time as the remnants of Hurricane Berta hit the UK. So, our first day here was very wet and we stayed indoors for most of the day. Since then, the weather has been mixed but we’ve managed to get out and about each day.
We stayed at ...
... 20 of them. They all chip in and run weekly “open days” with lunches and snacks; and various fund-raising events eg concerts with dinner (they catered for 200 people recently!)
In fact, there are historic, ie up to 900 years old, churches everywhere and we went to quite a few. We won’t bore you with all the details but some deserve a mention. For example, Faversham ...
... in action before! The Dockyard has been used as the set for many movies, including Les Miserables.
We again went to Dover Castle and managed to get in this time!! Dover Castle sits on top of the White Cliffs of Dover and overlooks the shortest sea crossing between England and the continent - you can see France from sea level. Because of its position, the site has long been used in defending England from invaders and is known as “The Key to ...
... for defense purposes, by Edward the Confessor (1003-1066) and supplied the Crown with ships and men in times of war. Although they weren’t much help when the Conqueror turned up in 1066!
In return for the use of their ships and crews, the ports received many privileges from the Crown e.g. freedom from tolls and customs duties, freedom to trade and to have their own judicial courts. They became the first ...