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... his “woman on board”.
I (Jilly) would like to thank Steve for all the fun and laughter, the calming down, the cooking, help and advise, and the ability to understand me! I would not have missed it for the world Steve. Here’s to the next adventure…on ...
... beautiful English countryside. An hour and a half later we arrive! Stepping up to the information desk a nice man gives us a map of the town and we navigate our way through the streets to our accommodations. We had to walk along the sea side road and we were both so happy to be there that we just ran out onto the beach towards the water. It was not a sandy beach though; it was all pebbles and stones. I collected some to take home with me :) We had great weather at ...
... indicate before they change lanes to let people know what they have planned to avoid crashes. I thought that this was rude but it seems to be acceptable here!
I have once again being staying at the "Parents House" hotel. Once again I have a bedroom all to myself, and food and laundry services are exemplary. I am very worried about the bill, I wander how much it will be? I wont tell you about my toilet habits because believe me NO ONE wants to ...
... the Abbey but we didn't take the longer walk around the perimeter.
It was after 5pm when we walked down to the train station where we caught the train back to Hastings. We walked down through the town to the beach area and walked on the course gravel beach to touch the water of the English Channel. We went to a coffee shop for a late dinner and then continued our walk along the almost deserted beach to ...
... I travelled to Chilham, Whitstable, Reculver, Broadstairs, Rye, Hastings, Sandwich, Dover and the Isle of Sheppey. Some roads were extremely narrow, and I was relieved to return the car with its side mirrors still intact. I have become quite accustomed to driving on the left, and I think I know all the rules for roundabouts. If an automatic-transmission car doesn't cost any extra, I choose that, to avoid having to shift gears with my left ...