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... br> This afternoon Mandy took us on a mystery tour into Margate to something she said would either be a Wow moment or a fizzer. It was definitely a WOW. We wound our way through tiny streets to Grotto Hill which was impassable for the motorhomes and extremely steep. Parking was again an issue but some sweet talking by Geoff to the owner of a small business and we had it sussed. We walked up the steep road to a ...
... land with buildings etc. The whole lot will probably be bulldozed and become a housing estate or something, surly the Government could step in and save this very valuable piece of infrastructure. It includes the second longest runway in the UK and a handy second airport (or third) for the London region. Minster is a very old village - about 670 AD on the Isle of Thanet. Thanet used to be an island but about 300 years ago the waterway separating it from the mainland ...
... to buy another ticket for £16 (~$25). 3) The ferry arrived in Dover in the evening, so after buying my train ticket to Bristol and getting cash from the ATM, I found myself riding at night through Dover and through the surrounding countryside looking for an open campsite. I finally found one that offered no shower, toilet, etc as it was "too late" and I'd "disturb the other guests", but I was allowed to pitch my tent in his back ...
... that drive, I pulled out the manual !
We arrived around 7pm at the Keats Farm campsite, situated just a few minutes from the ferry terminals at Dover. The view coming into Dover is quite spectacular – you see the white cliffs immediately followed by the impressive docks and the ferries. Once at camp, we made a quick spaghetti and pasta sauce dinner (luckily there was a small shop at the campsite as we’d forgotten to pickup ...
... time spent in these two countries.
We decided a quick lunch was in order after which we would take the opportunity to watch the University Dignitaries process to the Cathedral for the graduation ceremony. Having thought that this would start at the nearby Castle we cleverly positioned ourselves on a vacant park bench for a good view of this piece of pomp and ceremony. However, at the appointed hour there was no sign of any action, and knowing how ...
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