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... morning. On the way down we stopped at a really lovely and historic fishing village called Beer. This village formed part of the defence in they Napoleonic war and also had a radar base set up there during the Second World War to help with the air defence. The sheltered also protected the fishing fleets from storms. It had the typical white cliffs, round stoney beach and this ever present candy stripped deck chairs for hire at 80p a half day. The normal village gutter along the ...
... him to mess with me. Graham's tip for today is if you've been elected as the Judge and Jury over a cycling dispute, sell out to the highest bidder. Steve : I felt tired today, but no idea why. That seems to be the way of it, you wake up in the morning and find out what you got in the legs lottery for the day...feeling good or feeling bad, you just cannot know in advance. The first stop in a lay-by was timely and a chocolate bar and banana later, I was ...
Keith made me a lovely omelette for breakfast. They also made toast from their home-made bread with their rhubarb and ginger jam. Keith and Bridget were great hosts and there was plenty of chat over breakfast. I did not leave until 9.45 as I thought it would be a shorter day. It may have been shorter in miles, but it was the hardest day due to the steepness of the hills! It was fairly flat to Seaton, where I met a cyclist who ...
... and its got a lovely seaview. There is a beach river which kids can take a dinghy down to the sea whilst adults enjoy the view which extends around the coast to show a little island just down the coast.
If you need refreshments go to the Wave bar which serves local fish specialities and does take away.
I would write more, but I spent more time enjoying the sudden sunshine than I did exploring- and so should you! Go and explore!
... easy win their excellent road system if a little busy but the cross into Holland introduced us to some hair raising driving from mad Dutch! There also seemed to be millions of bike riders zooming around the main cities in Holland. We were aware of the deviations around Hoek van Holland, 5 miles from the port but still found the last 20 minutes interesting. However, we made it and were in time to ore or ...
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