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... now converted to a house. Decommissioned in the early part of the 20th century when the Beach Head lighthouse was built, it was used a target practice by the Canadians during the war but was rebuilt afterwards. The walk up the valley then across the fields was very pleasant and again the skylarks were merrily singing. The English countryside in this weather, really is ...
... Walkabout' where we stopped for a pint and sat looking down onto the beach. We hoped it was going to be a clear warm day but most of it, although nice was cloudy with the occasional chill in the air. Our afternoon was spent sunbathing outside Harriet (our camper) on the nice soft grass until it got to cool and we went inside. Later in the evening we went and checked out the evening entertainment. We arrived at the end of a quiz where the winning team won a free holiday back at the ...
Well people, this is the announcement, this is aprox 6 weeks before we leave in our motorhome for Europe for a year long trip of discovery and adventure, my attempt at writing a blog starts here, will try to perfect it before I go, and share it on Facebook?!! ...
... which is trapped in a massive bank of sea fog!!! Temps plummet to around 15oC and we can barely see the buildings at the next intersection, let alone the sea!! Brilliant – the first really great summer’s day we’ve had this whole trip so far, and we choose the only place in Britain its still winter – even Scotland was warmer.... However, we are here for more than the beach – Jill, Gordon and Robyn visit The Royal Brighton ...
... the road is still quite narrow, winding its way through the lovely South Downs.
We’re going to see the famous "Seven Sisters" chalk cliffs and I’ll revisit spectacular Beachy Head, which I often visited with my cousins.
As we arrive at Birling Gap, the weather is still windy but we are free of rain for the ...