Monthly Archives: July 2017

163. Gravesend to Cliffe

March 2005 More marshes was the theme for this walk. I did this walk in reverse and about 18 months earlier than my previous walk. The reason for this is that I had earlier had the idea of walking the … Continue reading

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162. Allhallows-on-Sea to Cliffe

October 2006 After previous walks around industry, and tortuous twisty turny paths around numerous streams and estuaries I was looking forward to this walk because on the map later I’d actually be able to draw a long line showing progress … Continue reading

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161. Lower Stoke to Allhallows-on-Sea

October 2006 After my industrial walk last time I was pleased to see that this walk was more rural, though I still had some road walking to endure first. I drove to Lower Stoke and parked in the car park … Continue reading

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160. Stoke to Grain

October 2006 Most coastal walks I thoroughly enjoy. There is the odd exception, the sort of walk that I’d happily not repeat. This is one of the latter category, unfortunately. I drove to Stoke via the M25, A2 and A228 … Continue reading

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Kyststien

Means “Coastal Path” in Norwegian (I had to Google it to be sure!). I don’t know how far around the coast of Norway it goes, but it’s nice to see another neighbouring country to the UK creating a coastal path.

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