The George in Rye
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... want to backtrack so we continued East past the Sovereign Harbour on Route 21 to Pevensey Bay where we were extremely fortunate (an answer to prayer) to have a good comfy room in the Bay Hotel. We had a much needed shower - very hot and sweaty then had a short walk to the beach where the sea looked beautiful but as the sun had gone down it was turning quite chilly so we came back to the hotel. We cycled a total of 31 miles today so 61 in total.
... St. George's hospital from 24 hours in A&E. He had a good day meeting everyone around the station, and is now out in big bad London braving the streets on a Friday night shift. Talk about baptism by fire!
Last night we met up with Brooke, Astrid and Jude, some mates he's currently travelling around with. We stumbled across £2.95 mohitos, score! Brooke did not enjoy his nachos at all, and Will was disappointed his meal was to small, ...
... to Exceat and walked along the other side of the estuary and up the hill next to coastguard cottages. A great view across the estuary to the seven sisters, though even hazier today than yesterday. This is such a lovely part of Sussex. Both yesterday and today there have been school groups doing Geography excursions to the estuary. Today's lot were doing transacts of the river, measuring depths etc. right amongst it getting totally wet, though a few were ...
Odd how things happen.
For me, holidays seem to be rather like sausages, or London buses. There is no action for ages and then zippo, there is a string of them, like the best butcher's chipolatas or the long awaited no 26 for Waterloo arriving in convoy with two or three others for moral support.
Maybe other people lead more ordered lives.
Maybe mine is random by choice.
Last year I managed to have three ...
... br> From there, we walked a little further along the walls, before descending to street level and making our way through increasingly narrower medieval streets towards the cathedral. There are an amazing number of medieval buildings still in use in Canterbury - I could spent days just wandering around the streets admiring their quirkiness!
Eventually we stopped at the Boho Cafe for a late lunch, before heading into the cathedral grounds. It was getting on to 4pm by ...