The Oak Hotel
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... not as late as getting to the ship and back. So we wandered round the harbour here for 45 mins looking at the boats (including a Dunkirk veteran) till 12.00 and we wanted to eat.
Lunch lived up to expectation Bridget had a fantastic seafood salad with crabs, tuna, prawns and lobster and I had a Crab club sandwich which was lovely. All washed down with a couple of beers, enjoying a nice view ...
... off the ferry is also fairly seamless. Again , no customs, no checkpoint, no bag searching. Not that we are doing anything particularly wrong, but if we were to be that way inclined it doesn't seem like it would be too hard to smuggle something across the border!
We leave the port near Dunkerque, and head into the city centre. Looks like most other port cities, nothing too flash, of course people are driving on the other side of the road and their are roundabouts ...
... approached by some officials forewarning us that in the future where the turbines are being worked on there will be a 200m exclusion zone around them (which could cause yachtsmen some problems going through the Gat).
We got to Ramsgate in great time and spent most of the afternoon in the yacht club over looking the harbour.
Today we are at sea again, planning our stopover in Dover tomorrow. Luckily we met some nice Australians at a cocktail party last night, who are staying on, as or buddies are getting off tomorrow. They've been on for a month, as they did two 7 day cruises to Norway before we got ...
... in the country awarded by George IV in 1821
We were fascinated to see the cliff edges amongst the stone columns supporting the road above.
After dinner we watched another DVD but this time we used the speakers that we had bought earlier in the day. The sound was much better. A bargain at £6 we thought.
Does not look like we will be going again tomorrow!