Monday, 8 May 2017

Walking the South Downs Way

Over the past few months we have been walking chunks of the South Downs Way, starting with the sections that are nearest to Brighton. 
All that we have left now are the more distant chunks, so today we caught a train to Petersfield and walked 23 kilometres to a bed and breakfast in Cocking. 
It didn't start too well as we walked the mile from our flat to Brighton station and I then realised that I had left the Railcard at home! We had to quick march back, pick it up and then dash back to catch a later train. We had walked for three miles and hadn't even got to the starting point. 
All went smoothly from then on and we found a great tree to sit while we ate our lunch. 
We have just arrived at the b and b, although they don't seem very friendly. Never mind, we are off to the pub soon. 

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