The shingle expanse of Dungeness
Dover, and it's Neighbour, Folkestone, are busy and in many ways unattractive ferry ports.
Fortunately much of the surrounding countryside, and especially those white cliffs, are protected by the national trust and the parkland,
cafe, visitor stop above the port gives fabulous views over ro France on a clear day.
Moving Westwards now, past the equally busy port of Folkestone, and the wide exapanse of Romney bay with it's picturesque small towns and miniature railway provide
a pleasant backdrop to an otherwise featurelss and monotonous vista.