The Marine Hotel
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... it was so good! And so so cheap! Wow...it was incredible, made more so by the lovely Irish couple who I met there. Liz and Trevor completely understood why I am travelling now. They are what I imagine my parents to be like in...a "few" years time. *more like 20. I then decided to walk back up towards town, but when I was doing that, Mother Nature decided to play Dodge the Hail Stone with me, so I got whipped by thousands of hail ...
... and I am sure the trip will just flash past.
Now, do we book before we go or shall we see how the mood takes us? A leisurely meal at mine to mull this over and complete the 'visa' or whatever it is, to get us into the country planne din the next couple of weeks.
PJ's sorted, the rest still to be considered. :)
... seafood restaraunt - it is thriving in many ways as seaside resort with out a kiss me quick hat in sight. The Harbour is great, get there at 9am on a Saturday morning for the catch the fisherman can't sell to be sold at rock bottom prices to savvy customers.
We are staying in Tankerton, just off its slopes. It is very peacful with great views of the Thames Estuary, taking in Seasalter, Oare, Shellness and other places on the ...
... areas and tiny kitchens, where the owners must spend lazy summer days like these quaffing wine and staring contentedly out to sea. I hope the four or five days a year that the clear blue skies appear are worth the hefty price tags attached.
I also hope that none of the owners mind the fact that one occupant obviously has pretensions to be a DJ. Outside his hut he's erected a pair of speakers and some dodgy chillout music is being pumped out, at a ...
... to go.....( As it turned out we were planning to come back for a quick visit the next morning, but it was just pouring with rain. We were upset to learn when we got back to London, that there had been a flash flood through the village that day. One of those freaky events that nature sometimes surprises us with. It meant those beautiful little cottages were washed out with about a foot of rushing flood waters!)