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... operate and maintain strength in prolonged battle. Contrasted with Kipling's walled gardens of fluffy roses and an early model Rolls Royce, I think the is no battle, I'll take the latter over the former.
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... recent origin (and they are now used as housing). We ended our visit with a cream tea - sultana scone, jam and clotted cream with tea.
Our trip back to the hotel was uneventful although we saw the same traffic jam at the same place where hundreds of cars were barely moving - on a Sunday afternoon. Dinner was once again at the hotel, and an exclusively fish meal this time: Marion had plaice, and David had fish and ...
... an over 500 year old dwelling with low ceilings, half timbered interior walls and many antiques - originally being a guesthouse for pilgrims on route to Canterbury. Paula, the owner, recommended the local pub for dinner. It turned out the dining room was booked out, there was a wine tasting evening on. We were actually invited to the wine tasting because they had one free table; Graham will be disappointed that we turned it down and just ...
To which they replied, "Are you allowed to camp here-we are looking for a place to lay our heads?".
Darren replied, "well I don't know, but we have a family here and we'd appreciate it if you camped away from us!".
"Oh sorry", they said, "didn't mean to bother you-let us know if you need any water or anything!".
So we heard them move away and heard them tapping away as they set up their tent! We let ourselves relax ...
We arrived at Dover - after almost getting on the Channel Tunnel!! we had taken the turn off to try pre-bbok ferry but found ourselves in front of a toll booth asking us for over £160 to board the train - we politely declined!!!!!!