Monthly Archives: July 2011

Romney Marsh – again

The odd thing about the Romney Marsh is that in essence out is mostly the periphery that one explores. ┬áIn our case, the semi-intrepid walkers and a dog, tend to look for the flat land and the hills that surround … Continue reading

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Appledore – Kent and the Military Canal

Looking across from the slopes to the misty sea was an experience worth the effort and even with Zoid who simply loves to walk and wants to get going in any direction the chance to stop and look is a treat. Appledore is a pretty village with a pub and an excellent cafe – we had a tasty lunch with good, friendly service and highly recommended. Continue reading

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Two Choo-choos and a Power Station

Beyond Folkstone is a flat land where the cliffs and the North Downs recede leaving the Romney Marsh famous for its breed of sheep and for its smuggling. Tales of Doctor Syn and the Revenue men of the 18 C are all part of the mystique. Continue reading

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