Camber Sands Holiday Park - Park Resorts
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... beautiful perched in the middle of a expansive moat (lake). The castle has been owned and visited and rebuilt by a number of Kings of England and various Dukes. It was interesting reading about its history. The original "castle" was probablly made of wood and is listed in the Domesday Book commissioned by William in 1086. Some of the main castle building is private and used for conferences and seminars (including some important political events in the past). The visitor trail ...
... read - it was originally published in 1930 and is a great read. We wandered into Battle town for a quick lunch at Costas - a sandwich, shared biscuit and coffee before heading off for our next medieval experience, Ightham Mote.
The TomTom took us through back roads which although very pretty are narrow and there is always the chance that another car will come hurtling towards you where there is no hope ...
Today was the first day of my 3 week adventure.
I woke up at 6am. And yesterday I arrived at my Hostfamily at 11:30 pm. IīM SO TIERD!!!
At the school they show us a little bit of the town first, also the beach and the Pier. The last one was burnig last Wednesday, so we canīt get on it. ...
... came early to Margaret and Sid's house to pick us up and we were not ready at all! So Sarah and I scrambled around the room to get ready and ended up putting jackets on running across the street to get into the car, Sarah wasn't even wearing shoes yet! But we made it into the car. We drove through all the country lanes around Kent to go to a Forest called Ashton Forest, where we would find Pooh bridge! Yes that's right the one and only bridge that the Winnie the Pooh author ...
... no history is pretty,but you can not judge an entire country based on one element of its history. Sadly our Department of Education is still following the policy of teaching the history of victimization, so I quite imagine that after this next year I will never get to teach History again. 3. The people of Britain have been friendly,helpful, interesting and delightful.maybe people who find them rude should look in the mirror! 4. The quiet, pastoral village England is still there. ...