Fantasy Friday – Can’t wait for Kent

Back by popular request (aka my boyfriend), it’s time to start daydreaming of places I can’t wait to experience.

Wikipedia

First daydream comes from a sisterly inspiration, as she visited England twice in the past two years.

Welcome to Kent, a place I chose while perusing the tourism England site. A place where HIKING and NATURE popped up out of the corner of my eye immediately.

Here’s the blurb that inspired me:

“Castles, cathedrals, countryside and coast – is there anything that Kent doesn’t have? Well, no actually. From Dover’s white cliffs to the cathedrals of Rochester and Canterbury, there’s so much to see and do in the Garden of England. You can shop on cobbled streets, explore maritime history along coastal paths, tuck into fresher than fresh fish and admire brightly-coloured orchards, beautiful countryside and mighty castles. What are you waiting for?

Scotney Castle

Leeds Castle

Must See Attractions
If you like castles and cathedrals then you’re in luck. Kent is blessed with the best in military might at Hever, Dover, Rochester and Leeds, whereas the cathedrals at Rochester and Canterbury are simply awe-inspiring. And for something a little different, Dungeness has the fascinating and slightly odd combination of nuclear power stations, fishermen’s huts, and the largest expanse of shingle in Europe.”

Ok – what?

I can seriously go to Kent to see the special attraction of a NUCLEAR POWER PLANT?! Sign me up! Kidding, it sounds quite unique actually – and I love unique.

Nuclear power plant by a golf course, ohhhh yeah!!!

Mmmm nature

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