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... places. We passed many fields full of sheep and also saw horses and ponies. Passing one field we saw four young pigs who came up to the fence to investigate us when we stopped to take their photo. Going past the military firing ranges on our right we saw various birds on and around lakes that were formed from gravel workings.
Going past a caravan site I had to ask myself who would ...
... and Russians in this city rival those from the Sub-continent, the Caribbean and Asia. We even stayed in a .2 star Russian Gulag - don't get us wrong - they were not out to rip us off blind - all charges were listed up front (we knew it was going to be extremely basic, but the prison-like cells were still a bit of a shock - as were the 30 second showers...) We met up with our good friend Keith who we hadn't seen since our honeymoon (30 years ago) but graciously showed us ...
Our next stop was the Steam, Steel and Submarines building, when we entered a man came up to us and started explaining some history of the dockyard and the ships that were made there, he was very interesting. The place used to be huge, he explained how they seasoned the wood in huge pools of salt water for a couple of years before it was used for ...
... of the coast. Then I want to check out the infamous White Cliffs of Dover. They are pretty impressive. We opt for an early night as we have a 06.40 ferry to Calais.
An early start means we see the sunrise in a very clear blue sky in Dover. We head down to the massive ferry terminal to head over to France. Goodbye UK, see you ...
... I met a comically adorable old Austrian couple – who despite being over 85 years old continue to make a trip to Dover twice a year, always staying in the same place. I also met a couple from New Zealand who were quite talkative.
I went for a walk and, not quite full from breakfast, walked through Dover's relatively small Saturday Farmers Market. I ended up buying a small cake-pie. That’s right a miniature pie, filled with cake and covered in delicious ...
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