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We then drove to Hastings which is located on the Coast and where William the Conqueror landed. However, we came to Hastings to visit St Clements Caves also known as Smugglers Cove. Smugglers Cove was used in the 1700s during a period of high taxes in England to smuggle in tea and other goods into England. It was also used in the 1940s as air-raid shelters during WWII. During excavations in the 1820s, numerous skeletal remains were located, so ...
... witnessed a continent that has emerged from political tyranny and bloody military dictatorships,a state that plagued it prior to 1990.One by one over the last twenty to thirty years the democratic process has been installed .These fledgling democracies have had to go through huge social transformation,sometimes having to rewrite whole constitutions. Many of the countries were left with painful and bitter memories of death,bullying and infra structure ...
... wandered the streets looking for a restaurant and we were not spoilt for choice....however Thai was the winner!
Thursday morning was raining and time to return Maddi to Ardingly. Was so lovely to see her, and we now won't see her again until she returns home in time for Christmas. She has a few trips planned between now and then, so she has a lot to look forward to.
Tim has enjoyed driving in England, and is now very familiar with the route ...
... bandstand got rid of the last of the jetlag cobwebs and lead to a discovery: Wednesday evening is one of the final "1812" band concerts featuring fireworks as the grand finale. A definite possibility, we will see how the weather holds. (We think we have the capability to author the blog from both our devices, this evening will be the first test as we try to get some photos uploaded from Jackie's ...
... with wild waves and intermittent beaches of rounded flint pebbles – and the fog.... We arrive back in Tonbridge in the late afternoon – and its still lovely and sunny, just like its been all day! We have had such an easy day, we have enough energy to be able to spend an hour or so after dinner, wandering around the Tonbridge castle and grounds, down to the little river Medway that runs through the town, and back to the apartment though part of the old ...