Chalky cliffs, dusty feet!

Trip Start Apr 10, 2010
Trip End Apr 10, 2011

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Wednesday, April 28, 2010

Great stopping ability and mega speeds brought us into Dover. Really nothing more than an industrial level sea-port. We noticed this rad castle on top of the hill and drove for it. Accidentally passing it we came across the white cliffs, a more than serendipitous thing to happen.

We had lunch and walked about 2 miles across the cliff tops looking at the daunting heights and recoiling. Suddenly we were at the lighthouse where we found a great WW2 bunker where Joel scrawled a graffito in chalk "JOEL <3s JENA".

Later we decided to lie to join the national trust, which enables us to visit heaps of sites like this and better for free throughout all of the UK! We lied so that Joel could be one year younger to qualify as a junior. Which is a of the price! Zing!

We spent the night on the hill with the intention of boating to Calias, France, in the morning.

Too expensive, we drove off west to see more cool stuff. Schengen can wait we think, perhaps some time in eastern Europe would be a better option. (Thanks Iceland volcano, you're a real douche).
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