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... Ian treated us to the Sunday roast which was really great. To be able to take off from where we left off and to chat as if nothing had changed was a true reflection of our friendship.
By this time the weather had deteriorated to the perfect English day, rain with wind, and after saying our goodbyes we headed off for Dover to catch the 3.30am ferry for Calais. The road to Dover has been blocked for a few ...
... to the lake, village and fjord below rewarded our mini hike. Then in the early afternoon we took a jet boat ride for 30km back down the fjord, giving us a water level view of the scenery. We stopped at some waterfalls, including Norway's tallest that cascades 218m down a sheer cliff face and the site of the country's oldest tunnel (now replaced by a more recent addition) that linked two villages back in the late 1800s. It was an informative, ...
... for a trip that only takes 2hrs. We ventured outside to enjoy the fresh air but we did not last too long as it was bitterly cold with a strong wind blowing straight off the sea and we quickly retreated to the warmth of the lounge.
On board Nathan purchased some headlight reflectors that he had to put on the headlights so as to stop the low beam lights from shining in the oncoming drivers eyes, as our car is left hand drive and we will be driving ...
... those who gave their lives in the war.
Our overnight stop tonight is a paddock of a farm in Burmarsh. We spent happy hour being entertained by a crew working on a fairground attraction mounted on a flat deck trailer, which is parked in the middle of the paddock. It's a carousel-type thing which we were told dates back to the 1930s! Oh yes - and we also found out that the Romney Hythe and Dymchurch Tourist Railway passes about 5 metres behind where we are ...
... Cathedral. We are very lucky – after asking a few questions of one of the very informed volunteers that are scattered around the cathedral, he leads us on a bit of a private tour of some really interesting and relatively unknown highlights of the Cathedral. Its quite late in the afternoon by the time we leave Canterbury, but we decide there's still plenty of time to make it out to Devon – white cliffs, massive port and the fabulous ...