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The chalk cliffs of the Seven Sisters

The white cliffs of Dover get all the publicity but, personally, I prefer the magnificent chalk cliffs of the Seven Sisters, near Eastbourne.

It seems unbelievable to me that the chalk is actually the microscopic remains of plankton deposited here as much as 90 million years ago, and that the darker bands, of flint, were probably formed from the remains of sponges during those times when sponges were particularly abundant in the warm seas that once flowed here. 76 more words


Reading 'The Road to Little Dribbling' atop the Seven Sisters

It’s my spring break, so I decided to take a train to Seaford and walk the Seven Sisters. I love traveling to the real places I’ve only ever visited between the pages of a book.  105 more words

Bill Bryson

January Adventure - Camping at Seaford

At the end of 2016, when thinking about goals for the coming year, I decided that I wanted to set a goal to have at least one good adventure a month. 667 more words


Madonna dell'Arco di Sant'Anastasia

Today is the Monday after Easter (lunedì in Albis, or informally, Pasquetta). This is the day we celebrate the feast of the… 293 more words


Beachy Head, Birling Gap and the Seven Sisters

Every now and then, my sister and I venture a little further afield for one of our day trips.  The journey to Birling Gap took longer than anticipated, but we arrived in sunshine and decided to head first in the direction of Beachy Head.   214 more words


The Shadow Sister - Lucinda Riley

Rating: 5*****

Published: April 2017 by Atria books

I received the e-arc for an honest review, thank you so much!

Honestly, I was flying happy when I got the arc of the book. 463 more words