Cycle Touring England Monday 16th-October-2017

Garry McGivern Travelsonabike2 is cycle touring in England on Monday, 16th-October-2017. Dieppe, France to Newhaven, England by ferry. Then cycling from Newhaven to Bognor Regis. 38 miles.

Road
Madeira Drive Brighton

Last night wasn’t too bad at all. It passed relatively quickly. By the time I’d done yesterday’s post, it was getting on for midnight. I then spent another hour or so doing other bits on the website. After that, I tried to sleep which didn’t happen it was too uncomfortable! I think I probably had about an hour on and off. And probably had another hour on the ferry.

War memorial
War memorial in Rustington

The ferry docked in Newhaven on time at about 8.30, and I was on the road by 9.

The ride home was uneventful, and I was back home mid-afternoon after covering nearly 200 miles in the past couple of days.

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2 Replies to “Cycle Touring England Monday 16th-October-2017”

  1. I bet they were all glad to see you back in the old Bull and Bush. It amazes me how you can just jump on a bike and do that mileage. I didn’t realise you used cabins.

    1. And at the Fox!
      You’re not the only one that’s amazed; I amaze myself! It’s because I’m a bit odd!
      I never use to do cabins on the ferries, but I don’t think my back would take sitting in a chair all night!

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