The image above shows our breakfast stop on our last day in England for seven weeks. We overnighted in Canterbury but could not stay at a campsite because we had to leave too early so we found an ideal spot for a prolonged rest but sped away quietly so as not to disturb anyone..
It was a cold morning but sunny and we had a spectacular drive along the B2368, from Canterbury to Folkestone,, watching the mist clear to reveal the rolling Kent hills. About 40 minutes along our route, at about 6 15 in the morning, we found this gorgeous picnic spot with a Bluebell wood just behind me.. It was ideal for breakfast but maybe not for a longer stay as the car park was not very flat. Then it was off to catch Eurotunnel and an easy crossing.
You can read more about Day One of the drive to Croatia on Croatia On Line - Driving To Croatia Day One
Watch this space for details of the campsite for our first night’s stop in continental Europe..