The Botany Bay Hotel
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We set off again - into a stronger wind now and walked briskly to the Viking ship about 45 mins further on, again staying on the clifftops. We then turned and retraced our steps, dropping down onto the seafront as soon as we could and walked all the way back on the seafront and beach, including a closer look at teh sandy Broadstairs beach and harbour before heading back to ...
... resort with a stony beach but it does appear they are making an effort to improve it (shame about the smell at low tide) but still seem to be frequented by a certain type!!
Had a nice light tea Makcari's Coffee lounge ( http://www.makcaris.com ) in the old bandstand; I had a jacket potato with chicken curry and Bridget had a cheese and tuna ...
... should remain part of the UK.
America is still the world's super power, although it has China to contend with these days. China is flexing its muscles in South East Asia. Russia and the western world disagree on most things, especially - right now - the the newly politicised Ukraine. There has been a revolution across the Arab world in recent years in which various regimes have been, and continue to be, challenged and overthrown. An ...
... a harbour, so I thought this was yet another suitable moment to indulge in a little scatterage.
I am not sure why there is always a certain amount of blow back, however, the German teenagers should not have been hogging all the handrail space.
Time for a coffee and a little smackerel from Costa.
Lisa chose a rather yummy looking Jewelled Fruit cake. The young man serving us attacked it with a cake ...
... and ninety minutes of uninspiring views later, we arrive in Whitstable. Following both the signs for the harbour, and our fellow passengers who all seem to know where they're going, we wander along the streets until we come to the quays, which aren't particularly picturesque, featuring huge mounds of rock, salt and sand piled high and being loaded onto a ship.
However, along one side stretches an array of black-wood beach huts dubbed Whitstable Harbour ...