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It has been about 5 months since I've last updated my travelpod. I've returned to England from my second journey out to sea, again with no prevail.
The glaciers and icy weather conditions were still present throughout the majority of this voyage, and I found myself in a predicament several times because of them. Luckily, neither my ship, nor I, suffered any serious injuries, and I was able to continue my trip as planned.
We stopped when we reached calm ...
We had quite a sociable week (5 – 10th). We had lunch with a former Wentworth colleague of Robert's (Karen Thompson) who now runs a lovely pub in Surrey. We visited another cousin of Margaret's who lives in south Kent – we’re staying in north Kent. Then we had Margaret’s sister and brother-in-law staying with us for 3 days which was lovely – we’ve stayed with them many times but this was the first time we’ve been able ...
... English people and so William built the Abbey Church. The high altar was reputedly built on the spot where Harold died and is now marked with a plaque. The Church was demolished during the Dissolution of the Monasteries (that Henry V111 has a lot to answer!)
The Abbey Gateway is still standing and houses a museum. The former Abbots house is still there and is used as a School. Llittle else remains from the original building. ...
... town where Jayne showed me a 13th Century house that she had once lived in. It looked rather neglected now which in this day and age of restoration and preservation, seemed very sad and unforgivable.
Our journey home revealed the extent of the snowfall elsewhere in the county. Much of it was in thaw now, but had clearly caused havoc the day ...
... a walk on the beach would be nice. Femke checks her guide and Hastings seems to be all right, not that far, an old smuggler's hide-out, that quite appeals to us.
Turns out to be a bit of a shambles, dirty and windy, brash amusement halls and fish and chips shops the main attraction. Well, you can't go to England and not have fish and chips so, yeah, which one? I accost a red-haired, pony tailed man sweeping the streets and ask does he know a decent fish and chip ...
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Plumpudding Lane, Faversham | B&Bfrom $106