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Travel Blogs from Canterbury
... I went everywhere, but it was hard to tell there were so many that led to so many places, unless you ended up in a major room. In amongst. 2 groups of school kids the atmosphere just wasn't there.
As the fog started to lift we headed off to Canterbury and its cathedral, which neither of us were particularly interested in , having done a few already. We walked around a remaining part of the norman built city wall, and one of the city gates and then back into the town proper.
... date back to the 1200 and 1300's
Charles Dickens also lived in Rochester and I took myself on a self inspired walking tour to check out the places he was known to be inspired by. Stumbled on the chalet that he had written in and a couple of other buildings that had featured in his books.
Eddies cousin had booked us into a quaint pub on the outskirts of Rochester for dinner this ...
... over everyone. Ben and I looked directly at one of these men and he instantly covered Ben in them; it was hilarious.
On arrival back to the tent it had started to **** down with rain, thundering on the odd occasion. We started cooking our dinner inside the porch of the tent and relaxed. It's crazy, but you get so tired doing nothing; it’s surreal. When I got the stove and gas from the car it suddenly put a downer ...
... was getting critical.
Once the call of nature was concluded it was time to find some nourishment. As we are wont to do, we all followed Kristi. We tried one place.. sat around looking lost and confused then moved on. After consulting with some locals we found ourselves at the White Hart Inn. Yours Truly ended up with and steak & ale pie with mash and a local brew. After the good food we headed back to the train and back to the ship.
... we were lucky.
We wait and wait, each day we think................. tomorrow.
Visited the Canterbury Cathedral, what an amazing place!
While we wait Bo has done some bits n pieces to the motorhome, he's timber framed the garage to hold the bins with our gear in it so they don't slide around, so far it's worked, they haven't move an inch, but then neither have we :). We've bought a TV at the supermarket for less tha. £100 and an aerial for £20, ...