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... evolve as the cliffs are eroded by the sea – lots of areas closed off due to rock falls. The clay and limestone deposits erode much faster than the stone, causing the cliffs to "crumple" and appear almost vertical. The scenery there was much more spectacular - see the photos. Unfortunately, that was all we had time for – we drove home a different way which took only 1¼ hrs!
We visited Buckler’s ******* ...
... strict dry programme means no alcohol is allowed if being caught we could send off home for it. So me, and my 2 friends drinking, chatting away and giggles even we had ONE cider!! -.- Realised the board gate is open and 10 minutes worth walk! We panic ran over and saw man driving on mini car one of my friend used his hearing aid card to take us! Finally arrived the board gate... HERE I OFF..... Keep eye out for next blog! ...
... many visits. From there we returned to Brockenhurst via Netley Abbey, a former Cistercian site taken over during the Henry VIIIs' dissolution of the abbeys & now a ruin.
Had dinner with John & Caroline Brace at a local pub. Caroline has given up the B & B business & Jaohn is semi retired. They have a beautiful new caravan & plan to spend much of their time travelling with it in ...
... to the "Mary Rose". Nighty nite. Xx Mary Rose was all I expected and more. It is truly amazing how they have captured the moment of this ship, just on 500 years old, and still being able to see the structure of the ship that was bought to the surface after so long, one side had completely perished, and the side that had been down on the ocean floor, over years covered in silt, sand and layers and layers of mud, was very well ...
So we got into hong Kong on our revised flight at close to midnight on Sunday, tired and straight to bed.
Up early we walked down Nathan Rd to the Star ferry terminal, via very pleasant oasis called Kowloon Park. New York's Central Park lookalike!! A tranquil quiet spot in the middle of a bustling city.
Onto the ferry to Hong Kong Central where it was easy to find a bus we thought took us to The Peak. Nope, only to the railway ...