The Frog & Orange

Shatterling, Canterbury, Kent, England, CT3 1JR, United Kingdom | Inn
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Travel Blogs from Shatterling

I don't deserve you, but I sure do like you!

A travel blog entry by daniellechalk

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... br>
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B. Somehow compensate, because she deserves the world.

But we both love athletes and musicians too much to turn lesbo, thus continues the vicious cycle. But she’s so remarkably resilient, she’s like my little Rock-em-Bop-em Robot. She’s endured so much but none of it has as much as permanently nicked her soul. Now for the first time in our whole friendship I finally have the means to ...

6 DAYS TO A 6 PACK**

A travel blog entry by daniellechalk

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... t work out. You will asphyxiate because of your lack of oxygen flow and they might pose a liability on me for patenting this program.
-You won't taste anything, so it would help the cause to only eat vegetables. Actively imagine something more appetizing. Like a cheeseburger with onion rings. Manifesting in the deceptive form of a tree of broccoli and a carrot.
-Listen to your ...

Coping With Your Little Sis Being Cooler Than You

A travel blog entry by daniellechalk

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... Is the human reincarnation of The Little Mermaid. While my Disney doppleganger is probably Gaston, the d-bag from Beauty in the Beast.
6. Gives advice like she's an 87 year old asian "enlightened one"
7. Is going to be a total bombshell when her boobs grow someday (your day will come, grasshopper)
8. She's a beauty, and a cynic
9. She is THE ONLY HUMAN with whom I can have uninhibited, politically ...

30th Oct to 1st Nov - With the Lumley's

A travel blog entry by emmaandrohan

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... was quite funny watching everyone’s hair almost stand on end. As we stepped outside of the castle it had started raining again so we took refuge in the shop and had a short browse.

In the castle grounds there are tunnels that can be explored which were built during the Napoleonic Wars. We did a tour of one of the sections of the tunnels. They were also the location for the incredible recovery of over 300 000 soldiers from Dunkirk during the second world war ...

Searching for bluebells

A travel blog entry by jannettek

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... the castle gates to smell roast meat. We hadn’t noticed the ‘The Henry VIII Inn’ just around the corner, and like so many inns here, they have traditional Sunday lunches. So in another ‘gezellige’ (as the Dutch would say) pub we had roast pork. We should have ordered one meal between two - far too ...

 

TripAdvisor Reviews The Frog & Orange Shatterling

4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding