We’ve been taking it easy since returning to England, recovering tourists, if you will. So we’ve stayed close to my mom’s place, enjoying being at home on the rainy days, and then we took a trip to the beach and up to Devil’s Dyke Once the weather cleared. We are heading back to the States tomorrow. I’m so sad to leave my mom and England, but excited that we will be going to Ecuador soon (September 10th). I love that the world is so full of fabulous places to visit, I just wish they were easier to get to!
Devil’s Dyke is a stunning valley that is 100 m deep and a mile long situated in the South Downs just north of Brighton. The bus ride up to the top on a narrow road was a little scary at times as the driver crept around cars heading towards us, but the paragliding and hanggliding enjoyed from the dyke are even more terrifying to me. I wish I didn’t have such a fear of heights as it looks like it would be rather peaceful.
My poor girl, E, got stung by a bee while we enjoyed a lovely lunch outside. Ice cream seemed to help it feel better though.