The Harrow Inn
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... or perhaps a hiker with two trek poles). It was original cut into the turf by ??? but the Victorians replaced the lines with white bricks so that the outside is easier to see. The muddy path towards the figure went beside the road and up and across a farmers paddock. A closer look meant that some of the figure was hidden by the grass tuffets on the hill. After the family photo using the selfie stick we walked back down the hill and along the road to avoid the mud. Nevertheless we ...
We are now staying with Craig's relatives in Hythe, Kent for a couple of days. Today we spent the day at Port Lympne Wild Animal Park and had a great time. We especially loved the big cats, gorillas and baboons. The park is in a great location overlooking the English Channel and the animals have great places to ...
... that unitied the nation so much. In the evening we went to The Grand Palace to join in the celebrations. Everyone there had a yellow candle, and during the national anthem the city lights were all turned off leaving only candle light - it was beautiful. Afterwards every family had a chinese lantern that they lit. There were hundereds of them floating into the sky, it was an incredible thing to see. They continued floating over the city all night, although ...
... is truly gloriously awful.
The architecture is dull at best, but seemingly the vast majority of the housing is in mobile homes. Thousands of them, squiggly diggly all over everywhere, behind serious heavy duty fencing.
Add to that the Sheerness Wall, the proliferation of pylons, the backdrop of the power station chimneys...
Oh! And there are three prisons too!
HMPs Elmley, Standford Hill and Swaleside.
This place truly has it all.
Swaleside prison ...
... other end of town. In the cemetery at the back of the side yard we found the graves of two families or more of Boormans that were my ancestors, and these were the ones that my cousin Rita had also found on her trip to Headcorn a few years ago. We tried to write down all the headstone inscriptions that we could read.
The temperature was about 29c and feeling very thirsty, we walked back up High Street to the George and Dragon ...