Paleolithic rock shelter.

Wednesday, April 27, 2016


We knew this week walk was going to be short but one of the hardest for ages Five of us met up at The Cliff Top Café at Folkestone on a  day when the weather could not make up its mind and on the chilly side After bite to eat, by the rich members of the group, and a drink we set off down the path adjacent to the café This path may have only dropped 300 odd feet but was very twisty and slippery In some places very dangerous The path through the woods was a mixture of ups and downs until it eventually we were walking close to the Dover to Folkestone railway line . We headed in the direction of Folkestone and as the path was lots of steep slippery ups and downs it was hard going .
Eventually we got as far as the caravan park where we slowly headed up hill , then into the Battle Of Britain Memorial site . Through this lovely site and hugging the cliff top path back to the Cliff Top Café for another cup of tea Not that far only 4.5 miles but hard going every step of the way
Looking towards Folkestone from café at start

Start of the path down

very slippery path

How did this get to be left here

We aim to get to the top


What goes up must come down again  and again

Does this mean adults can drive as fast as they like

Folkestone through the trees


Cliff top path towards café , Dover in distance

Battle of Britain Memorial Site

Yes more steep steps

Cup of tea at the end


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