River Haven Hotel
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... the musings of the possible positive impact of melting ice caps and rising seas begin enter my mind.
We saw a sign to the "Creative Quarter". Surely this was worth investigating. It had to be better than Asphalt Wasteland-on-Sea and the garish skate-board field that covers what is actually a quite decent shore line.
It turned out to be a few rather attractive (in their time i.e. about 100 years ago) vacant buildings with boarded-up windows. ...
... and some of the most beautiful gardens. We met up with the rest of the group in Canterbury. It was quite a "pilgrimage" to get there. Unfortunately, it was closed because they were performing an ordination ceremony for new priests. I did get a look at the processional, and we could hear the beautiful organ and "quire" music from outside. Then we headed all the way south to the White Cliffs of Dover. Then dinner in the seaside village of Rye and on to Hastings for the ...
... had a woman standing in the aisle next to us sifting through years of emotional baggage with the woman next to us in less than hushed tones.
Apparently all her family thought she was difficult!
They are not wrong.
Difficult doesn't begin to cover it.
I was not the only person who wanted to do her serious damage after only ten minutes, let alone the whole hour.
This being Free Bird Airways, the flight crew were all Turkish and I think ...
... We don't think anything will ever equal the Culloden experience we had in 09. It is a nice little town with a few historic buildings and we walked the main street and had a cup of tea and a sandwich in a very old cottage.
Had fish and chips tonight from the local "chippie". Fish was good but the chips were a bit ordinary. Off to Hasting in the morning. We may extend our stay here for a day as we want to see a few more ...
"Whenever is this rain going to stop?" Exclaims Margarita. “It's downright depressing”
“Welcome to the British Isles. It’s even worse in Ireland”
It’s a relatively short drive along the wind swept coast through uninspiring Folkstone and across wet and ...