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The Travel Book - Old Harry Rocks, Isle of Purbeck, Dorset

If you are in Dorset anytime soon and the weather is good then there is one walk that you should do and that’s the walk from old Harry Rocks to Swanage. 205 more words


But Who is Old Harry?

– – – Exploring The Countryside and Lanes of Dorset – – –

In my last post, we paid a visit to St Lucas’ Leap, an interestingly named gap off Handfast Point in Purbeck. 941 more words


Mind the Gap

– – – Exploring The Countryside and Lanes of Dorset – – –

Towns have names, villages have names, headlands have names, hills have names, in fact most things have names……but how often is a gap given a name? 864 more words


Fish, chips and cream tea

Cztery miesiące w Anglii. Pod stosem papierów, referencji i niezliczonej ilości formularzy, nie wiem kiedy minęły. Miało być prosto. Miało być na chwilę. Dzisiaj trzymam w ręku dwadzieścia siedem stron kontraktu na roczny wynajem mieszkania i z niedowierzaniem przechadzam się po jego jasnych dywanach. 293 more words

Snapshot in time: The sun awakens over Dorset

With miles of historic coastline to its name, Dorset offers myriad uninterrupted opportunities to watch the dawn break.

One of the most iconic locations is Old Harry Rocks: three chalk formations marking the most easterly point of the Jurassic Coast between Swanage and Studland, the site offers an atmospheric setting to watch the sun make its appearance and bathe the neighbouring towns of Bournemouth and Poole in a whole new light.


Swanning off to Swanage

The other day I had the chance of a lift down to Bournemouth for the day so I grabbed my stuff and jumped in. It wasn’t the town itself that was the attraction so much as what there is on the doorstep. 1,009 more words