http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b015mqp2

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b015mqp2
Paleolithic rock shelter.

Wednesday, May 07, 2014

Kent Battle of Britian Museum Hawkinge

Worth a visit get down there.CLICK FOR INFO.
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The cafe verandah
We regularly climbed down here before we got common sense.
Shakespeare Beach Dover Western docks almost but not quite inaccessible.
We did start to walk along from Samphire Hoe once but it looked dodgy
OK what do we do now?
I understand there may be some Freudian symbolism here

Checked at a Red,the driver acknowledged our request for a hoot.
We met at the Hilltop Cafe Capel le Ferne(worth a visit)and had Sausage,Toast,Egg,Beans,Tomato,Bacon and a mug of tea.
We then went to the Battle of Britain Museum at Hawkinge and had a good look around and then a mug of tea and a slice of Victoria Sponge from the tea tent.Having been a founder member I was greeted with disrespect (unsurprising really)Well worth a visit if you can get time.
Then
We went to Aycliffe west of Dover Docks,parked and crossed the rail line on to Shakespeare Beach
which is not easily accessible ,hence only two people on it fishing.
So,not much walking but a very interesting and fulfilling day.

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