I wanted to visit the picturesque White Cliffs of Dover for some time now and after our day out on the beautiful Sissinghurst estate, Charlie decided to grant my wish. We were racing the sun towards the world’s busiest passenger port overlooking the English Channel.
As we arrived, the sun started to set, creating a stunning backdrop for the chalk cliffs. But the cliffs aren’t known for only being a picturesque part of the country. The coastline played a significant part in British history and were used for defence in both World Wars.
Only 22 miles separate England from France, you can see the French coastline quite clearly from the cliff top. As we were enjoying the views, we received a message from the French mobile network provider: ‘welcome to France.’