Seven Sisters

We began our 12 mile walk east of Brighton at Seaford along the chalk hill coast to Eastbourne.  It is described as a strenuous walk climbing up and down seven hill used by ship captains for navigation.  With no more than lunch anImaged water in our packs, the walk was delightful.  However with 26 mph winds. Joanna was actuallly tipped over on one promenade.  Concurrently there was a 33, 26.2, and 10 mile foot race along our route.  Unfortunately for them, it was a head wind. A splendid walk with views similar the white cliffs of Dover.  Fish and chips finished the our day.

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