11 Aug 2013

Country walk from Glynde to Seaford.

OK! I get bored and don’t have anything to do. I was sitting in front of my computer and search what can I do near London. And I found this shtml</li>

. I have to admit apart from boring and sucky weather in the UK, there’s one thing I really love, UK Countryside. The view, scenery, fellow walkers and farm animals. So, I picked this walk and I just went for it the next day.

the book really gives a precise instructions to follow. If you follow every detail in the book, you won’t get lost. Also, the book gives you local pubs and restaurants to visit.

This is where I started.

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Local market. It’s really a family run and you will get a warm smile when you walk in the store.
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Lonely barley.
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This for me is the toughest part of the walk, it’s right before you climb up Seven Sisters. It’s quite steep and long.
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I’m going to try this someday.
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A soup at George Inn.
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This fellow is really funny. She was chasing me all the way to the end of the field. I don’t know why, but I think it’s because I had food in my rucksack. Later, when I met my fellow walkers they told me they had the same problem as well.
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Really good view.
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Seven Sisters on the other side. The view was taken from Seaford side, where most people are on the other Eastbourne side.
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Til next time,
noppanit at 00:00