The Hope Anchor Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free parking
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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 ...
... cycle paths, there are numerous barriers to lift your bikes through. This is to deter motorbike riders on the trails, but proves to be quite difficult for fully loaded touring bikes. So not only did we spend a lot of time negotiating these barriers, a significant amount of time was spent pouring over our maps (we'd screen shot on our iPad) to ensure we were on the correct route! As can be seen from the Sustrans map which I've pictured, along with ...
... newer section in the 1500s. We then went onto Deal just north of dover where we saw a lovely beach, with bigger rocks than the river beaches at home. People were actually sitting on it, like we would the beach at home. We went through the Deal castle before heading down to dover. There we went for a couple of walks and checked out the white cliffs, which are pretty amazing. For a while I all but had Jo convinced they were painted. Our accommodation is very nice, in a large ...
... was spent plucking turkeys. I knew this was going to happen before I got to Ritoweg and was rather apprehensive about it. I did it. I plucked about 12 turkeys in total. I hated doing the first one. It's not pleasant - you often have to pull quite hard to get the feathers out, and you're very aware that you're plucking something out of an animal's skin. Not least because it leaves a big hole when you've removed the feather. And it's dirty and smelly. Because I was ...
... sauce. For starters we shared two dishes - whole baked Camembert studded with garlic and rosemary with toast and Crudités? The second starter was Crayfish, crab and avocado terrine. For dessert we shared Banofee pie which is made with bananas topped with toffee. The second dessert was a chocolate and walnut brownie served with ice cream and chocolate sauce. To say we ate well would be an understatement. By the way, it didn't ...