Royal Harbour Hotel
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... alot are sleeping (or pretending to), kids are screeching, the toilets don't smell great. Its alot like being on a large aeroplane - minus the hostess bearing food trolleys.
Its a pretty clear day. With not much effort you can actually see the coast of France. I don't think Connor believes me that France is 'just over there', but as the trip progresses and he can see the coastline coming closer to us, I think it hits him that we are almost in another country!
Left early morning and headed for Ramsgate. Not enough wind in the right direction for us to sail so we motored all the way to Ramsgate.
We went through Foulgers Gat in the London Array Offshore Wind-farm which saved us considerable time going around in what would have been quite shallow waters. Whilst in the middle of the channel ...
... and your view ends up being the condo or building opposite. But the cliff was what I came to see, so I guess I got what I wanted.
Early the next day I was off to Calais. I walked to the port with a vague idea of where I was going. The ferry terminal was a huge complex, and we had to board like an hour prior to departure. Passport control for the French border is actually located within the Port of Dover, and UK Border Agency has an identical spot in the Port ...
... and her chip read, a little confusion surrounded our ticket as the outgoing clerk had not recorded her as on board. But a Gallic shug later we were waved through with our Pet sticker hanging from our mirror.
The ferry crossing was nice and smooth and as we drove through the docks out onto the A20 the temperature gauge read 11deg and the sky was full of cloud, what a difference 22 miles make.
... out a bit of history regarding the Smack Boys home on the Military Road alongside the harbour.
Lots of boys were taken to sea in Fishing Smacks and were not treated very well, so a home was set up to look after them when shore based. They had come from Orphanages, poor schools, reformatories and training ships to work on the smacks.
Ramsgate is the only Royal ...