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Took the ferry from Calais to Dover today and saw the white cliffs of Dover. Only a two hour journey then bus to the Cumberland for the night. Was invited for dinner with Bernie and Maddie. We bought soup and ate in their room. Was really nice and I wish I had spent more time with them during the ...
keep moving to try to keep warm but it didn’t help too much. We caught
the same bus back , but unfortunately it did not take the same route
back and therefor we missed the museum, but found ourselves back at the
train station and in desperate need of food, all that we found was a
little petrol station with chocolate and marshmallow biscuits and chips,
so with a feast in our hands we headed back wait for the next train.
It had ...
... get to see, and I've loved every minute of it, it's slightly depressing to think that the adventure is over, but it's not really it's just starting.
Next adventure is in Cyprus for the wedding and it's going to be a very busy time for us as we still have to sort out wedding papers, outfits, bridesmaid dresses, flowers etc.
I'll come back and tell you about the wedding.
... so we had a lovely vista of the Channel and where we were going. The journey was over quickly and we climbed in the car again and continued to Dunkirk. Finding a car park quickly we made a bee line for the beach with our swim gear and packed lunch. The beach was not too busy, very sandy and vast. Along the sea front houses there were pictures of the Dunkirk evacuations which the ...
... Wrong! You came off the boat and the road looped here and there and you were straight into decision making mode as an endless choice of primary routes opened up before you. As the general plan was to head round Europe in a clockwise direction using Turkey as the roundabout, Mark decided to head North. After about 5 miles we were able to pull over and pick a campsite out of the book we had, "La Licorne". Now we have this GPS system in the van which ...