Wednesday, 27 April 2016

The Jurassic Coast, England


From London to the English Channel coast line of Southern England and two pit stops later, we finally reach our destination, Lulworth Cove. The drive from point A to point B was roughly three hours but stopping along the way to run through a field of yellow flowers and to pet a family of goats was well worth the extra hour.

















With the common cold weather England is known for, I never thought I could find a place here like Lulworth Cove. It is situated in the nearby village of West Lulworth while Durdle Door is a natural limestone arch, both along the Jurassic Coast. 

We started at Lulworth Cove and made our way to Durdle Door by foot. We wanted to take in everything from the highest points possible which required a lot of walking and climbing, which then resulted in dirty shoes but the most amazing views. The photos speak for themselves.

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