Monthly Archives: March 2013

44d – Hastings Country Park Part II

Hastings Country Park – how we enjoyed our time here! Some of the paths were steep and almost jungle-like. Some of it was quite craggy. We saw a tree which must rank amongst the best-looking trees in Britain. Up and down … Continue reading

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44c – Hastings Country Park Part I

To the east side of Hastings Country Park are the Firehills.  Their name comes from the gorse, heather and bracken which display an array of fiery colour when in flower.  It was a bit early in the season for us to … Continue reading

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44b – Cliff End to Fairlight Cove

We climbed the dirt track between the houses of Cliff End.  They seemed to become more expensive as the path got higher and views got better.  After a short climb we emerged onto an open clifftop.  In the distance we could see … Continue reading

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44a – Winchelsea Beach to Cliff End

We had been looking forward to this walk with happy expectation: it was to take us through Hastings Country Park.  We had been told to expect a beautiful walk over tough, undulating, terrain.  The weather today was perfect for such an excursion.  … Continue reading

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43e – Back to Rye

We got back to Rye and stopped off at an antiques shop we had seen as we had walked passed the outskirts of the town earlier that morning. One obsidian arrowhead and a crystal later we started to make our … Continue reading

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