Saturday morning on our way out of the city we made a stop at Sainsbury's for some picnic food and I discovered Tomberries. The cashier told me that her grandchildren eat them like candy, and they were a huge hit with my kids as well. Some farmer in the U.S. needs to get his hands on this cultivar...
Our first stop was the Seven Sisters cliffs, they are a lot like the White Cliffs of Dover, but not quite as high. We walked out to them, walked along the beach and let the kids run in the hills. It was windy and cloudy, and a bit chilly if you stood still long enough. But the views were lovely.
The hike started out in a pretty green valley, then wound its way through a forest/wood, then across another green valley and into a village. It was in the village we asked for directions back to Devil's Dyke Peak, and so we cut across a sheep pasture and climbed back up the side of the valley. It took a couple hours, and it was really pretty, but it was more than I had bargained for and we were all tired!
I didn't take my camera with me sadly, because I was worried about it getting wet if it rained, but I did snap a couple pictures with Richard's phone.