More impressions of Kent

Who would have thought that a long weekend trip to Kent would turn out to be such a treasure trove of places and adventures? Kent is known for its gardens and I can honestly say that Sissinghurst Castle Garden was an amazing place. But so was Whitstable, Canterbury, Rye, Dungeness, and Dover. And let’s not forget Hastings, which is not in Kent, but rather in the next county East Sussex. Still, everything is just a short car ride away.

Despite the many posts that went already up, there are still some pictures left which didn’t fit in any story. So here we go. The best of the rest of Kent. Yours, Pollybert

a helmet with a horse on top @St. Margaret’s Church

drink your coffee in a van @The Bakehouse Café

old house with flowers @Biddenden

not a lot of water in the river @Aylesford

my favorite picture of myself from this trip @Dungeness

even in the rain there is color @Whitstable

outdoor cat @Whitstable

blue sky @Canterbury

where you want to go for oysters @Whitstable

country roads @Kent

the ceiling in the Chapter House @Canterbury Cathedral

Prospect House and a boat with no prospects @Dungeness

a black lighthouse @Dungeness

this looks like the perfect resting place @Rye

a seagull in town @Rye

old house, old bus @Rye

the knitted Queen and what looks like a horse on top of a post box @Tenterden

a house with wooden shingles as facade @Rye

Pollybert and Dover castle @Kent

a very high railway bridge @Kent

these cliffs are really high @Dover

Let me know what you think

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